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King Daddy Dogs

King Daddy Dog, Michele Bachmann, Chris Piascik

While in Florida, Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann claimed that the U.S. is the “King Daddy Dog” of energy resources—meaning that she thinks we have more energy resources than any other country. She went on to say that environmental extremists are blocking these resources and that if she was president she would shut down the Environmental Protection Agency. I’m not sure what annoys me more; the ignorance or that stupid phrase.

Also while in Florida she said, “I don’t know how much God has to do to get the attention of the politicians. We’ve had an earthquake; we’ve had a hurricane. He said, ‘Are you going to start listening to me here?” She claims it was a joke—I’m sure those who lost their loved ones or homes in the hurricane are laughing!

Did I mention I hate Michele Bachmann?

Part of Satan

Michele Bachmann Chris Piascik

During a speech warning that same-sex marriage would corrupt schoolchildren, Michele Bachmann stated, “This is not funny. It’s a very sad life. It’s part of Satan.” Bachmann’s extreme views are relatively unknown to the general public and yet she is becoming more and more popular. Instead of TV news giving us insight into the presidential candidates they are reporting on crotch twit-pics over and over again.

I am whole-heartedly against almost everything Michele Bachmann stands for. She is a bigot and I think it’s absurd that she is even being considered as a viable candidate.

“This is a very serious matter, because it is our children who are the prize for this community, they are specifically targeting our children.” — Senator Michele Bachmann, appearing as guest on radio program ‘Prophetic Views Behind The News,’ hosted by Jan Markell, KKMS 980-AM, March 20, 2004.

“If you’re involved in the gay and lesbian lifestyle, it’s bondage. It is personal bondage, personal despair and personal enslavement.” — Senator Michele Bachmann, speaking at EdWatch National Education Conference, November 6, 2004.

“You have a teacher talking about his gayness. (The elementary school student) goes home then and says “Mom! What’s gayness? We had a teacher talking about this today.” The mother says “Well, that’s when a man likes other men, and they don’t like girls.” The boy’s eight. He’s thinking, “Hmm. I don’t like girls. I like boys. Maybe I’m gay.” And you think, “Oh, that’s, that’s way out there. The kid isn’t gonna think that.” Are you kidding? That happens all the time. You don’t think that this is intentional, the message that’s being given to these kids? That’s child abuse.” — Senator Michele Bachmann, speaking at EdWatch National Education Conference, November 6, 2004.

Read more: Michele Bachmann on Wikipedia, Michele Bachmann’s Unrivaled Extremism, GOP Debate: Michele Bachmann and Six Guys, Michele Bachmann video

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After starting his career as a graphic designer at award-winning studios in New England, Chris accidentally became an illustrator. He’s pretty happy about that. This strange transformation was a result of his daily drawing project that he started in late 2007, in fact he’s still posting a new drawing every day.  Chris holds degrees in Visual Communication Design and Art History from the Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford, where he is currently pursuing his Masters Degree in Illustration. He has been the recipient of Gold Awards, Silver Awards, Excellence Awards, Judge’s Awards and the Spirit of Creativity Award from the Connecticut Art Director’s Club as well as BoNE awards from the AIGA and a Silver Award from Gaphis. In addition his work has been published in numerous books and publications including Print Magazine and Communication Arts. His client list includes; Converse, Nike, Chronicle Publishing, Boston Magazine, McDonalds, Scholastic, Harvard Business School Publishing, Warner Music Group, Republic Records.

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