Sunday, July 03, 2011

Michele Bachmann's Fans Are Getting Scarier, But At Some Point They Are Going To Have To Deal With How Her Name Is Spelled

Kathryn Ramsey, 11, of Charleston, S.C., holds up a sign supporting Republican presidential candidate, Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., at a rally in Charleston, S.C., Wednesday, June 29, 2011. (AP Photo/Alice Keeney)

Also, is each and every female Republican from now on to be portrayed as Rosie the Riveter? Yes.

13 comments:

South Austin Vicerory said...

Charming children. Too bad Mom and Dad are such morons. However, they are in S.C., and religion drives the bus in that state.

Butch Pansy said...

My dyke friends are going to be deeply annoyed to see their iconic Rosie co-opted by the thugs.

TexasYankee said...

That is such a bad rendition of Rosie that for a moment I thought I was have an acid flashback, and I have never done acid. Look at the fingers of her right hand.

Cranky Old Batt said...

As if this were not scary enough, why does the "g" on god look like a serpent?

Matty Boy said...

Keith Olbermann wonders how long they will be able to keep Mr. Bachmann in the closet. He's an "ex-gay" who took the cure and I hear he's nearly as fabulous as the guy you found last March with the archetypical bad t-shirt.

Any PonyPals who have forgotten T-Shirt Guy can follow this link.

http://sparklepony.blogspot.com/2011/03/update-bad-t-shirt-designers-still.html

Frank said...

Well, she got her eyes right, I'll give her that.

Lulu Maude said...

Interesting... dropping the ix in fix to make space. Of course, my crude reaction is to think of that f, all by itself, and to think of how Michele will really f us.

Anne Marie said...

Why are Rosie the Riviter's Sclera's green? Scary.

Anonymous said...

I didn't know Michele was a veterinarian.

samael7 said...

Her arms and hands remind me of that Kristen Wiig Lawrence Welk character.

Aunt Snow said...

In addition to dyke friends being deeply annoyed at the co-opting of Rosie, how about the union members?

Beefalo said...

Wasn't Rosie a war time propaganda figure? Always SOMETHING to look forward to...

Karen Zipdrive said...

To hell with using Rosie the Riveter to describe Michele Bachmann, her gay husband would look more at home in that costume.