Michele Bachmann

Crazy Michele Bachmann

Last week Michele Bachmann took the side of BP (instead of standing up for the millions of Americans who have been affected by the BP oil spill) by offering advice. She stated, “if I was the head of BP, I would let the signal get out there — ‘We’re not going to be chumps, and we’re not going to be fleeced.”

Michele Bachmann thinks that Creationism should be taught in public schools and that evolution is merely a theory. She claims Global Warming is a hoax. She believes that being gay is a “sexual dysfunction.” She supports a state and federal ban on same-sex marriage and ANY legal equivalents. She is strongly opposed to health care reform and contributed to the “Death Panel” scare (which makes sense because she is currently the 21st largest recipient of the 435 members in the United States House of Representatives for contributions from the insurance industry).

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  • http://brineandpine.com Melanie

    Someone told me that a stir-crazy Republican was on public radio ranting about how separation of church and state was unconstitutional. I’m guessing it was this person.

    I don’t get it. I don’t get how so many leaders practicing [what is supposed to be] a love-based religion can turn their backs on those they should be protecting.

  • http://runbikeswimfight.blogspot.com/ Heather

    Chris I really love these BP pieces! I love the grunge, color, and overall feel of these. Great work!

  • chris

    I agree Melanie, there is A LOT of contradiction.

  • chris

    Thanks Heather!

  • Jay

    Damn, I CANNOT stand asswipes like you who abandon a blog and now it’s left out here online forever. Get off your damn deadass away from your fuckin video games or better yet, go out and look for a job. Maybe someday you can move away from Mommy. Somebody should start up a website on how to kill slackers.

    • chris

      Jay, I have not abandoned this blog. In fact, I have updated it every Monday through Friday for well over 3 years. I do not play video games. I have been working as a designer and illustrator professionally for almost 10 years. I’m currently self employed with a very respectable list of clients throughout the world. So—I won’t be needing to look for a job. I’m not sure why you assume I am living with my mother, that’s weird. I’m also not sure why you think making a website to kill slackers would be a good idea. In fact, that’s completely crazy. So… thanks?

      PS: I’m not going to approve your other ignorant and bigoted comment.

  • http://redbrickrecording.com bud

    Chris, Responding to trolls as if they are actually listening is a waste of time. A blanket denial aimed at your other subscribers is all that’s necessary.

    • chris

      Bud, you are 100% right! I actually ignore most of them—but sometimes they get me at the wrong time.

  • Pat

    I love it! I can’t wait for this nut job to run. The presidential debates are going to be a blast. Is she going to choose Charlie Sheen as her running mate?
    Great art work! Is it for sale?

  • http://www.portablepartitions.com/ Versare

    Makes me embarrassed to be a Minnesotan.

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