The Three Things Michele Bachmann Learned On The Campaign Trail

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Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (Photo: Getty)

WASHINGTON — Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann shared some wisdom she gained during her failed presidential campaign in her speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference today.

“I thought you would be interested in knowing that running for President of the United States is really one series of humiliations after another,” Ms. Bachmann said.

In addition to being humiliating, Ms. Bachmann described her campaign as “a very educational experience,” which taught her three crucial things.

“I learned three things when I was running for president,” Ms. Bachmann said. “First of all, I learned where John Wayne was born–very important. And then, second, I learned the day that Elvis Presley was born. These are vital issues for our Republic.”

The third lesson Ms. Bachmann learned from her White House bid was clearly the most important.

“Third, I learned never forget the three things that you learned.”

Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

     

    The Republicans
    running for President talk about “their” faith. We need to start looking at
    what is best for the country.  If you are
    not of “their” faith, are you in some kind of danger? We are closing schools,
    laying people off. Families are being foreclosed on and being put out in the
    streets. Good way to make money, but bad for the country.

  2. Fdonatti says:

    That perfectly described the mentality of these people… after getting herself in something she cold not handle that was truly above and beyond her capabilities, there was no learning, no evolution. A perfect mix of arrogance and stupidity.