Of course, she’s got an anti-universal health care stance, but as itsjustsummer points out, she inadvertently embraces the pro-choice angle:
“That’s why people need to continue to go to the town halls, continue to melt the phone lines of their liberal members of Congress, and let them know, under no certain circumstances will I give the government control over my body and my health care decisions.”
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), arguing against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, inadvertently making a pro-choice argument. (via stillexperience)
Oh my god, SO FUCKING PRICELESS.
THE IRONYYYYYYYYY DDDD-:
See? We’re not that different after all. Maybe someone can point out her little mistake and maybe she can see the other side, FOR ONCE. That’s the problem with too many politicians—they think they know what’s right. Surprise, they don’t—bigger surprise: no one knows what’s right… for everyone. That’s why protecting rights is supposed to be the government’s job, not socially engineering its citizens.