BDS2: Is Michele Bachmann’s Husband….Gay?
You’d think that, one day, the Left would figure out that we know exactly who scares the watermelon juice out of them by how much they attack that person/group. Conversely, we know who doesn’t scare them, because they say “that guy scares us!” (see John Huntsman). Michele Bachmann is on the top of the hit-list at the moment, which Chicago Pride going with Is anti-gay candidate Michele Bachmann married to a gay man?
Is Marcus Bachmann, husband of Republican presidential candidate and Rep. Michele Bachmann, a closeted gay man? That’s the question that’s lighting the internet on fire this weekend.
Well, maybe in the insane-o-sphere, but, most of us on the Right have been celebrating the Declaration of Independence (kinda strange how the USA doesn’t celebrate Treaty of Paris, which was signed on September 3, 1783, ending the Revolutionary War. Or January 14, 1784, when the Congress of Confederation signed the Treaty. A thought for a different day.)
Dr. Bachmann runs his own “Christian Counseling” practice in Minnesota, and one of his specialties is “helping” people “overcome” homosexuality.
But many online pundits are pointing out that those who speak the most vociferously against homosexuality are often hiding something.
Of course! They’ve found us out! Everyone on the Right is gay! We’re either lesbians trapped in a man’s body or homosexuals trapped in a woman’s body.
ThinkProgress found a clip of Dr. Bachmann talking about homosexuality:
And there you go: George Soros funded Think Progress is pushing the smear. Shocker.
Anyhow, they push the meme like being gay is a bad thing. Interesting how they always seem to use this smear (along with “you’re a raaaaacist”)
BDS2 – Bachmann Derangement Syndrome. #2 because Bush will always be the first who pushed the left to complete unhinged behavior.
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