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Thor0001, who saw the original
version of the Chris Wallace "Are
you a flake?" video on Fox News Sunday that was an interview
between the Fox News anchor and Congresswoman Michele Bach-
mann (below), rightly thought this should have been an interview
between Wallace and the nation's "most brilliant, articulate"
cian (according to the media).
June 26, 2011 Fox News Sunday host Chris
Wallace had Congresswoman Michele Bachmann on his program, and blindsided
her with the question: "Are you a flake?" His question stemmed
from several gaffes Backmann has made over the course of her six year
in Congress that put a liberal bullseye on her. Statements like Concord
and Lexington were in New Hampshire and not Massachusetts; or real truth
when she said we had a "gangster government" in Washington.
bad gaffe was saying "Let's appreciate and value everyone's cultures.
But guess whatnot all cultures are equal." Bad statement. Essentially
correct, phrased wrong. But probably the goofiest statement I can think
of, was her CPAC speech when she said: "And I just wondered, if our
Founders thought taxation without representation was bad, what would they
think of representation with taxation?" Huh?
is correct. Backmann is a hands-down Rhodes Scholar compared to Barack
Obama who can barely recite his name without a teleprompter. The real
tragedy is the open bias the media shows in protecting the errors, deliberate
lies and distortions of the left, and their attempt to demonize conservatives
in the United States.