Michele Bachmann: U.S. not ready for female president

Liberals will totally take what she said out of context.
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Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) thinks many Americans “aren’t ready” for a female president.
“I don’t think there is a pent-up desire,” she told syndicated columnist Cal Thomas in an interview last week.

If Hillary Clinton runs in 2016, two things need to be done, Bachmann said. “Remind people [Clinton] is seeking to become commander in chief [and] how she has operated in the past with these types of responsibilities.”

She pointed to Clinton’s role in the Benghazi attack. “If a person reads the Senate Intelligence [Committee] report and the House Foreign Affairs [Committee] report released [last] week, it is damning for Hillary Clinton,” she said.

If Clinton were elected, “effectively she would be Obama’s third and fourth term in office,” Bachmann said, calling Clinton “the godmother of Obamacare.”



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