U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann’s views on foreign policy are probably about as relevant to the national discussion these days as those of our founding editor’s German Shepherd, but the Minnesota Congresswoman will offer them nonetheless.
Bachmann’s speech will take place at 1:30 p.m. EST on Wednesday November 9 aboard the U.S.S. Yorktown in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
“Beyond the basic task of defending our borders and our homeland, it doesn’t take a Nobel Peace Prize to recognize that preserving our security comes down to one simple maxim: stand up for our friends … stand up to our foes … and know the difference,” a media advisory for Bachmann’s speech notes.
Our guess is it’s probably a little more complicated than that, but whatever …
More than any other candidate in the race, Bachmann has been a relentless critic of the administration of Barack Obama – which let’s face it, is pretty easy to do given Obama’s abysmal record on, well, everything.
Seriously … this guy can’t even get killing Osama bin Laden right.
Still, Bachmann’s campaign has never evolved beyond throwing rhetorical grenades at Obama for his self-evident multiplicity of failures.
As a result, her campaign is rapidly running out of oxygen …
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