Michele Bachmann, 55, is an ideal candidate. Not that she should be expected to win the office of the President of the United States, nor even the nomination of the Republican Party, but, it so happens that she represents all the American fundamental, conservative values that patriots claim to hold dear. For this reason, The Bad Eagle Award for American Patriotism is given to Michele Bachmann.
Michele Bachmann, 2012.
Bachmann is only the fifth recipient of this special award, the first (September, 2008) being Ann Coulter, famous conservative commentator and author; the second (December, 2008), Amil Imani, a Persian (Iranian) American who relentlessly resists the invasion of Islam into the Western world; the third (February, 2009), Charlie Meadows, a native Oklahoman who has done more than any single individual to effectively advocate conservative values in the state; the fourth (May, 2010), Randy Brogdon, a former Oklahoma state senator and Republican candidate for governor. Bachmann has shown a devotion and consistency together with a patriotism and conservatism which put her foremost in the country in American idealism and national values.
More than this, Michele Bachmann’s personal life is a refulgence of affection for family, people, and patriotism that recommend her as the most worthy of all candidates for the American presidency.
She has been married to Marcus Bachmann for thirty-three years, raised a family of five children, and provided foster care for 23 more children over the years. This is a woman with a great deal of love, and one who understands the technique of unselfishness. Her example is truly stellar.
Bachmann worked on kibbutz Be’eri in Israel in 1974, at the age of 18. She earned a B.A. from Winona State University (Minnesota) in 1978; in 1986, she received her J.D. from Oral Roberts University; in 1988 she earned an LL.M. degree in tax law from the William & Mary School of Law. Bachmann worked as an attorney for the IRS from 1988 to 1993. She and her husband Marcus operate a Christian counseling business in Minnesota.
Michele Bachmann is conservative Christian, and believes in the exclusive sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman. She believes that homosexuality is a choice, and this belief, together with her pro-life position, makes her the target of extensive media blackouts.
In 2000, Bachmann became the Republican state senator for Minnesota’s District 56. She won again in 2002. In 2006, Michele Bachmann became Minnesota’s first female Republican congressman—representing the 6th congressional district.
Bachmann’s bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012 may or may not reveal a public appreciation for what she stands for. The media has blocked her out, essentially, due to its fearful bias in favor of the homosexual lobby. Pro-life, pro-marriage, pro-Christian, and pro-Israel are simply not positions that invite media coverage. Bachmann is a career activist in these things, and cannot expect fair and equal media exposure. The media seeks to advocate the opposite of Bachmann’s values.
More than any other candidate running, however, Bachmann has demonstrated consistency in American conservative values. There is no question about this. There is also no question that these essential American values will not win enough votes to defeat the alien, lying black African Communist Muslim traitor in the White House. Not enough people really value America—as defined by the Constitution, as characterized by the most basic historical events. Not enough people believe a woman is strong enough to carry the burden of Americanism through the swamp of deceit and treachery in Washington. A woman with love in her voice will be buried alive.
The American people have no faith—no faith in the strength of truth. The people simply do not have confidence in the truth. The legal system has destroyed that confidence. Our free elections have proven that the weak outnumber the strong. The infantile prevail. And, “Woe unto thee, O land, when thy king is a child.” Ecclesiastes 10:16.
BadEagle.com has supported Michele Bachmann before. Although the words of Ann Coulter are the wisdom of the moment, we want, for the record, to say that Michele Bachman should be the next president of the United States. What she is and stands for is what America needs.
Michele Bachmann will not likely become president, nor probably do even reasonably well in the primaries. This does not mean, however, that she is the most worthy candidate, the most exemplary American, and the most patriotic candidate running. It simply means that most voters aren’t really American.