Okay, Okay, I’m Pretty Sure This is True

July 31, 2014 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Being ever so careful since being punked last week, it appears that this is really true.

And lucky for us, the truth is even worse that the fiction.  And that’s why satire is dead, dammit.

MicheleBachmann_puckered2aThe satire is that she wanted to put refugee children labor camps.  The ruth is that she dead solid certain that President Obama is bringing these children here for medical experimentation.

No shoot.

Rep. Michelle Bachmann has a new theory about the unaccompanied minors fleeing violence in Central America who have come in large numbers to the southern U.S. border: they are future victims of a liberal plot to use unwilling children for medical experiments.

You know, because liberals are so mean to children and all.

To her credit, she does call the idea “sick,” but she’s sure it’s true and Darlin’, that’s even sicker.

Thanks to Karl for the heads up.

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21 Comments to “Okay, Okay, I’m Pretty Sure This is True”

  1. Perhaps the government needs to do medical experiments on MIchelle and her cronies in order to figure out their actual species.

    I’m going with “orc.”

  2. Well, someone DID tell her that. The voices are always telling her things.

  3. Aggieland liz says:

    Ok. I had a serious contretemps w my mother this past weekend. She is claiming that she “misunderstood” a schedule for Saturday that was firmly set out to her on Tuesday. She understood it fine, and why, on Tuesday.
    She is 78.
    If she couldn’t remember all this by Sat, 4 days later (and I have my doubts about that, but it’s not germane), then we need someone checking her meds and making sure she gets fed, etc, etc. In short, she needs a keeper.

    If Ms Bachmann believes a third of the crap that falls out of her babbling trap, she is way past needing a keeper and ought to be confined!! For EVERYONE’S continued safety! Geez Louise!

  4. I do hope she is on the republican ticket as we need a good source humor and another election lost for the republicans.

  5. Cannot wait to finally see the last of her after Jan. 1, 2015 when the newbies are sworn in.

    Course, this doesn’t really mean that she will ever shut up and eschew publicity of any sort.

    But she is gonna have to fight it out to get above the fold.

  6. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Wish I could say her departure from Congress would lower the level of crazy, but there are more than enough crazies to take up the slack. Loopy Louie alone could fill in the gap.

  7. Marcia in CO says:

    Wasilla Barbie and Crazy Michelle will team up together on Barbie’s own TV network and together they will spew their combined craziness! Perhaps those that lose in 2014 will become their co-hosts of crazy!!

    Mitch McTurtle will feature the History of Turtle Racing and Loopy Louie will probive 15 minutes of Organic Gardening Asparagus.

    It will be a wild & crazy ride if you buy time with the Washington Wannabees!!

  8. Marcia in CO says:

    Hmmm … “probive” should be provide … crazy fingers this morning!!

  9. Obama has been doing experiments on Congress ever since he became president. He forced the NSA to add InSaNiTy2 gas to the air conditioning system and it only affects the Republicans/Teabaggers. Obama really needs to be impeached.

  10. Maybe Sarah Palin could share her channel with Michelle Bachmann. What a hoot that would be…

  11. When they passed out the Kool-Aid at the Tea Party and announced “we’re about to embark on a brave new experiment,” Michelle seemed to have no problem volunteering, but even went back for refills.

  12. Michelle’s crazy has so beat me down. I have come to just expect that sort of stumbling, incoherent word soup from her.

    As an electorate we are free-falling, with no bottom in sight.

  13. Marge Wood says:


  14. maryelle says:

    What is most troubling is that there are too many fools who believe her politicrap.

  15. I actually know a little bit about how this crazy theory got–well, not mainstreamed but Michellestreamed. Michelle Bachmann got involved with a complicated case here in MA, where I’m from, where a slightly kooky, homeschooling family, got one of their daughters taken away from them. Its a long story but basically they took her in to have a medical condition treated, were accused of being responsible for her illness by psychologically manipulating her *and the doctors* and she was taken away from them for 16 months. Its really a disgraceful story. Bachmann and other anti-government types came in on this story because, among other things, having been made a “ward of the court” and turned over to social services they thought that the ordinary rules of how she might be treated medically would be overturned.

    If a treatment is experimental and would benefit a child their guardian has to agree to it. Ditto if a treatment is experimental and wouldn’t help the child but would help other children similarly situated. The government ought to have a higher standard for children placed in its care-that is: under no circumstances should the government/social services permit children to take experimental drugs unless the new drug regime would only benefit the children.

    Bachmann and some of the other crazies have gotten involved in this “cause”–which is perfectly reasonable, btw, there should be very strict scrutiny of social work and the government and foster families when they have taken on the task of caring for children without other guardians. But this of course has nothing to do with the refugee children from down south.

  16. GOP morons Bachmann, Gohmert and Palin generate a new conspiracy theory about every 5 minutes. These 3 are the intellectuals of the Republican Party.

  17. Lorraine in Spring says:

    Michelle used to entertain me with her stupidity, then she bored me, now I just ignore her ramblings for attention. But now, she ticked me off with her many disgusting comments on the refugee children.

    Didn’t she once hold herself up to be some sort of kind, generous, compassionate foster mother to dozens of abandoned or homeless children?

    I can’t understand how she could happily welcome those vulnerable young strangers into her own home for years, and brag about it, then turn her back on the most vulnerable of God’s children today. It’s boggles my mind and makes me sick.

    Jesus wept and I do too.

  18. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Lorraine in Spring, without even googling I am ready to posit a guess all of her foster children were white.

    And, as a fact, they were all girls. Thus, fortunately safe from Marcus.

    Except, there is no safe from stupid. Child Protective Services in every state needs double their budget for more case workers and assistance to maintain intact families. Basically a reasonable set of rules and expectations for caseworkers.

    How can any empathetic individual call for more tax cuts, when we know 23 children were subjected to the Bachmanns? Yeah, even as a yet to be parent, can predict that crazy is not a good environment for children.

    It’s not rocket science. Children need a calm, stable loving environment and a sense of security combined with positive future goals.

    Most of you here at the The World’s Most Dangerous Beauty Salon, Inc. know more than I do about parenting, but as an expectant father, I’m all ears as to how those 23 children survived that household.

  19. VintageMomma says:

    My Tea Party half brother (the Force is NOT strong in this one) actually believes that Obama has brought these refugees in to the US because they will get economic help from the government and turn into Democrats…Yeah, he really said that. Does he watch Fox News? Heck, yes (except when he visits here). And there is no arguing with him. Sarcasm, anger, facts – nothing works. He is the way I test whether or not my yoga lessons are working…remember to breathe…

    PKM, unless Marcus is a pedophile, little boys would still be safe with him (well, maybe not safe from the crazy, as you aptly note).

  20. Let’s see…so far the conspiracy theories of the children coming here that I’ve heard are pretty much mutually incompatible…if someone (Obama, of course, to the nutjobs) wanted to get a lot of little kids here who could be indoctrinated into a voting bloc of Democrats…then using them as unwilling subjects for medical experiments (like…WHAT medical experiments??) would be counterproductive. They’re not going to vote for Democrats (or liberal anything) if they’ve been mistreated by liberals.

    And either of those notions is looking for a very long tail of profit and a lot of up-front costs (political as well as monetary.) Let’s say you take a 9 year old kid…it’s another 9 years until she/he can vote, during which time there are expenses (which, since liberals pay their incomes taxes like anyone else and better than the upper-crust conservatives, are going to be mostly paid by liberals.)

  21. If 1 person has a secret and then shares that secret with 1 other, then that secret has a 50% chance of going public.
    The conspiracy theory nut jobs do not understand this and actually believe that this secret “medical experimentation” can be carried out by thousands.
    To the repugs, I have to say ‘do the math’. Or should I say, ‘learn the math and then do the math’.
    Is it possible that Michelle and Loopy Louie are twins who were separated at birth.