Why Michele Bachmann can’t beat Obama in the General election!

Posted: July 16, 2011 by The STR in 3rd Party Articles, Bachmann Files, Barack Obama Files, Common Sense, Mitt Romney Files, Republican Candidates, The ISSUES
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Bachmann: “Almost all, if not all” gays have been abused that is just one of her wacky quotes. I know a lot of my fellow Republicans yearn for a UBBER conservative in the white house again. The days of the 70’s and 80’s have ended, I know many of my fellow FAR right Republicans seen a small glimmer of hope in Rep. Michele Bachmann bringing back those UBBER far RIGHT Republican values…  A Vote for her would be a vote wasted, Rep. Michelle Bachmann has no chance in hell of beating Obama in the General election. Your Independent swing voters are SCARED of her as they should be. Stop trying to live in some long lost fantasy and understand that our only hope of beating the Liberal war machine in 2012 is to nominate a Moderate Republican one that appeals to the Independent voter. Stop wasting your money and votes on candidates that you know can’t win…

I AM A REPUBLICAN VOTER AND I AM TELLING YOU SH*T LIKE THIS WILL CAUSE HER TO LOOSE…..STOP WASTING VOTES AND MONEY ON CANDIDATES WHO CAN’T BEAT OBAMA IN THE GENERAL….WANT A GOOD CANDIDATE TO GET BEHIND THEN GET BEHIND ROMNEY….
At a National Education Conference in 2004, Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann said that “almost all, if not all” members of the LGBT community have been victims of abuse.

 

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Comments
  1. Romeny is a flip flopping RINO Most true conservatives don’t trust him including me.
    John Wilder

    • The STR says:

      But John you know and I know it will take someone who is a moderate to defeat Obama….Independent voters wins elections…Those voters will vote for a Democrat over a Republican that is far right leaning conservatives….

  2. Then how do you explain the Tea Party elections of just a few months ago. No moderates won, it was all right wingers.
    John

    • The STR says:

      Well John you have to realize that those elections were on a much smaller scale, like for instance in a certain district and state. There are a lot of people that don’t vote in the mid terms because they see it as irrelevant when in fact it is just the opposite…

  3. You forget we had a moderate run against Obama, McCain and he lost. The only reason that he got as close as he did was becasue of Palin a conservative. The previous election was a LANDSLIDE for conservative Tea Party guys and gals.
    John

    • The STR says:

      You do have a point there John and a very clear one at that…Maybe I am not giving the far right enough credit….I think though our current field of Republican potentials should try and stay away from the social issues and really focus on the Obama Achilles’ heel the ECONOMY and JOBS…

  4. I believe that there is fair scrutiny to be thrown Mrs. Bachmann’s way, but when it comes to this election-these words will be the decider, “it’s the economy, stupid!” At this point, I think Michele Bachmann has a lot of strong assets going her way (ie being a tax attourney) and she’s got one hell of a campaign manager! To be honest, I think that social issues are going to entirely be on the back-burner in this election. They might matter during the primary season, but the general election will be all about our economy and jobs-which, as we Republicans and Independents and even Democrats realize-is a losing subject for our current President.

    • The STR says:

      Hey Colton you make some very valid points and the Economy/Jobs is Obama’s Achilles heel…I just feel that a more far right leaning candidate will scare the Independent swing voter to swing to the wrong side lol…. I think that is why Romney for example you hardly hear him say anything about any social issue he is right on the money when it comes to the Economy and Jobs…Just as you are my friend..

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