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Does Michele Bachmann Think God Uses The Weather To Send Messages? She Won't Give A Straight Answer!

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Come on, Michele! It's a simple question!

Last week, we were pretty much disgusted by Michele Bachmann when she said that God is punishing us with Hurricane Irene because the U.S. government is "too large and intrudes too much on people's lives."

At the time, her spokeswoman said the comments were "in jest," but during an interview on Sunday when Michele was asked whether or not she believes that God uses the weather to send messages (above), she did NOT have a straight answer!

It's quite clear that Michele's comments about Hurricane Irene were NOT just "in jest," but they WERE just awful!

What do U think? Does Michele Bachmann think that God uses the weather to send messages???

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33 comments to “Does Michele Bachmann Think God Uses The Weather To Send Messages? She Won't Give A Straight Answer!”



  1. 1

    The more you post about this woman, the more I want to vote for her… even more so when you put words in her mouth. She makes it crystal clear that it was a metaphor.

    You're one of the most ignorant and mean spirited individuals on the planet



  2. 2

    Yes I did see the tape or glue or what ever it was that holds that mop on your head. It was just a shinning during your pitiful interview.



  3. 3

    These people are insane. How can a grown adult in 2011 believe in two thousand year old books that are nonsensical. It makes me shake my head in wonder. And what is even more bewildering is that she and others like her, have a following.



  4. 4

    Kill her!



  5. 5

    She a fucking puta bitch. FUCK THIS WHORE~!



  6. 6

    There I said it….FUCK THIS CHEAP SLUT. Her HUSBAND is an ASSHOLE fuck them BOTH! BOOM!



  7. 7

    Remember bavck when the 4.5% unemployment under GWB was unacceptable?



  8. 8

    Re: targade – So the metaphor is that God is the voice of the people? Or, is the metaphor that the people control the weather and since they're not being heard so they make it rain? Either way, she's an idiot.



  9. 9

    That's not god sending you messages through the weather, that's HAARP.



  10. 10

    Obama is the Jim Jones for jobs and the economy.
    Mmmmmm, boy another cup of that Kool-Aid, please.
    It's fun to live like Haitians do.



  11. 11

    people playing "god" maybe. HAARP?



  12. 12

    Michelle Bachmann will ban gay marriage.
    Rick Perry will ban gay marriage.
    Ron Paul will deport the illegals.
    If Obama doesn't turn the economy around soon, you're screwed Mario.



  13. 13

    These people have it all wrong. It's God saying STFU and STOP using His name.
    Did you ever notice that almost all these natural disasters occur in God fearing red states?



  14. 14

    I blame GOd to create this woman.



  15. 15

    PEOPLE WHO SAY THAT KARMA (SHARON STONE) AND GOD (MICHELE BACHMANN) SEND HORRIBLE STORMS TO SEND A MESSAGE PISS PEOPLE OFF AS MUCH AS PEOPLE WHO SAY THAT "EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON" WHEN A PREGNANCY RESULTS FROM RAPE (SO IT SHOULDN'T BE ABORTED). AHEM, JUSTIN BIEBER! PS: JUSTIN, YOU WERE LUCKY THE MAG THAT INTERVIEWED WAS THERE TO COVER YOUR BUTT AND LIE AND SAY THAT THEY MISQUOTED YOU. BACHMANN AND STONE WEREN'T AS LUCKY–NO ONE COVERED THEIR BUTTS!



  16. 16

    "We were pretty much disgusted…." "We"? Why do you insist on writing in the third person? Or do you think you speak for your readership? If the latter, you (plural) might want to check out the majority of the comments following each vignette.



  17. 17

    She answered it Perez. She said it was a metaphor. I think it was a stupid metaphor. She has no chance of becoming the nominee so loosen your underpants. Fox News is pushing Romney hard and fast. The GOP good ole boy system want Romney to run against Obama. CHILL. LOL



  18. 18

    Re: wnyguy – lol



  19. 19

    dont really care what she says…I wanna get me some of that! she's hot!



  20. 20

    lol. someone should send he a meteorology textbook. maybe she'll learn something. but i doubt she's ever read a book other than the bible

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    So, republicans are being represented as touting that superstition is good in a leader.
    She needs to clarify a whole BUNCH of statements, imo. O..O



  22. 22

    The average IQ of the nation is 90. The Republicans know this and take extreme advantage of it. Most Reagan era Republicans can't believe what the party has become. It's beyond words.



  23. 23

    Michele Bachmann is a joke. She NEVER answers any question asked of her. Americans are beyond ridiculous to give her any regard beyond being a junkyard dog showgirl. No wonder America is tanking worldwide.



  24. 24

    Re: adg100 – Haha! Everyone in power takes advantage of just that.



  25. 25

    I think US politicians use religion to get votes. It seems to be de rigueur to claim you are Christian if you are running for President. I don't believe for a second that every President who claimed to believe in the Christian god was telling the truth.



  26. 26

    If she truly believes this than she should explain whats going on in Texas. Maybe God doesn't want another president thats Republican and Texan.



  27. 27

    Re: adg100 – That's why I ALWAYS say, the #1 focus should be our education system! It's so sad that instead people put Kim Kardashians wedding, the newest iphone and buying tickets to the next big summer blockbuster first.. Everyone just doesn't see how deep this hole is that we're digging, they want us all to be IDIOTS! Other Countries are going to blow us away in the future..

    I'm not condoning anything this woman says, but the U.S. Government is too large and it does intrude too much on people's lives.



  28. 28

    Michele Bachmann NEVER answers questions with a straight answer.
    Why she is even being considered for a run at the presidency is beyond me.



  29. 29

    i like her. i think she's great.



  30. 30

    It is not a simple question Mario for many who believe in religion. God is all knowing, he create life. We are not of that level and anyone who answers for God thinks mightly highly of themselves. In the Old Testement of the Bible, God was more 'punishing'. The Great Flood is one example. In the New Testement, with the birth of Christ, we have forgiveness for our sins. Looking at the Bible from the outside, I see it as written by different prophets or people. That in itself will put different meanings on things. Also, it was written in one language and translated a few times to finally to something we understand. Look how Christians interrupt the bible. My church-we are not so literal as some churches are. Different ministers we have had, some interrupt it slightly different than others. This is MICHELE'S VIEW. and no matter what she feels, if she were elected, it will not EFFECT THE COUNTRY. She would not get enough of congress to BACK HER VIEWS. and the Abortion AMENDMENT WILL NOT BE OVERTURN EVER!!!!



  31. 31

    ….wut an ignorant kunt….nut-job…..



  32. 32

    Of course her statement was, probably, not a joke; but if it was, it was a very bad and a very transparent one. If that is indeed the case, then she is the sort of person who could treat living and dying as mere fodder for her comic persona. Is a slow, abrupt, and agonizing death such as drowning really merely a joke to her? In that case her own faith must be, ultimately, a joke to her – and to us. We as a culture, and as a country, must develop a shared political-civic language that is precise as it is committed; as richly textured as it is factual; as intellectually daring as it is respectful. We need leaders who treat words – the fabric of any culture, the creators of the most basic human bonds – with care and reverence. We do not need a leader who can casually joke about profound moral outrage and human loss, only to then disguise her own language even further by a clever, complacent subterfuge.

  33. @v@ says – reply to this


    33

    Re: carinamoses – You just described Ron Paul. I kid you not.