When Miley Cyrus emerged as a scantily clad Michele Bachmann in the HIGHlarious SNL music video sketch We Did Stop, we fully expected Michele to try to shutdown SNL, since she's already done such a great job at shutting down the government.
We'll begin a sarcastic slow clap….NOW!
Finally, Michele has responded to Miley's twerking impersonation:
Michele Bachmann might be having the worst political year ever!
Not only didn't she come close to securing a presidential nomination from the Republican party, but she might be losing her seat in Congress!
The proud supporter of the Tea Party movement has been reppin' Minnesota's 6th congressional district since 2007, but voters apparently have had enough of her bigoted antics. A recent poll shows she is just 2 points ahead of Democrat Jim Graves!
We're sure a lot of her
Oh this is just rich!!
As any Truebie knows, the town of Bon Temps is always overdosing on its own cocktail of religious politics.
So it's no surprise that True Blood creator Alan Ball went to the presidential primaries for a lil' monstrous inspiration:
During a tense moment on Piers Morgan Tonight, Michele Bachmann called Piers "rude" after he called her out for being judgmental.
He then recited one of her quotes from back in 2004 when she said that being gay:
Sorry!! No tea parties in front of the TV for Michele Bachmann fans!!
Despite rumors, she issued a formal statement on her website slamming down any potential for a spot on Dancing With the Stars.