It’s really sad that politicians can’t seem to let go of the lime light even when their constituents have clearly told them to go away. I’m quite sure the perceived Gay Agenda would go away if you’d only take YOUR religion our of your politics.
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) said the State Department has been pushing an “evil” gay agenda on other countries. And that, she added, could come to an end during Donald Trump’s presidency.
Speaking to Family Research Council President Tony Perkins on his “Washington Watch” radio show last week, Bachmann claimed the United States under President Barack Obama had used government money to push a pro-LGBTQ agenda.
“We’ve seen such evil come out of our State Department, unfortunately, where financial incentives are withheld from countries unless they advance, for instance, the gay agenda,” Bachmann said in comments posted online by Right Wing Watch.
This woman. Ugh. It’s very telling when a woman like this is allowed into politics. We’re desperate I guess.
Michele Bachmann is singing the same, tired tune on same-sex marriage after all.
The Minnesota representative spoke about marriage equality with The Huffington Post’s Michelangelo Signorile for his SiriusXM Progress show during the Values Voter Summit in Washington Friday. During the brief conversation, she said marriage equality is “not an issue” and is actually “boring” now.
Although such remarks might suggest Bachmann — a staunch conservative who has campaigned against gay rights — has shifted her stance in the fight over marriage equality, she has not.
“What I said is that this won’t be the issue that drives the 2014 [midterm] election,” Bachmann later told WND. “I told the reporter it’s getting boring having them only press this issue with Republicans while ignoring Democrats.”
Okay if standing up for my rights as laid out in the US Constitution is bullying, then yes I am a bully. The Constitution applies to all of us or none of us.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) is still not pleased with Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s (R) decision to veto SB 1062 late last month.
In an interview with conservative radio host Lars Larson during last week’s Conservative Political Action Conference, Bachmann said the downfall of the bill, which would have allowed businesses to refuse service to gay individuals on religious grounds, illustrated how LGBT activists have “bullied” voters and politicians.
So sorry for your defeat, Miss Bachmann. Clearly you don’t know what your constituents really want.
As for state Senator Scott Dibble, congratulations! I’m sure it feels rewarding to be at the helm of such a monumental decision for you and your husband. May you have many long and beautiful years together.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) has been telling Minnesotans for years that gay marriage could find its way into the state if they didn’t act to stop it. On Tuesday, Bachmann’s prediction came true: Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton (D) signed a bill that had been passed by the state Legislature, including by lawmakers who had worked alongside then-state Sen. Bachmann.