Yeah, I’m re-using the 3 . . . 2 . . . 1 theme but it just seems to fit so well. I like to use it when something is so utterly predictable.
See UK Telegraph pronounces Michele Bachmann the winner of the debate « Wintery Knight. I’m hoping that when the Left tries to ridicule and destroy Bachman the way they did Sarah Palin that it backfires on them. The 18-to-1 negative coverage worked to influence people to think Palin was stupid — even though the latest email analysis proved she was anything but, but hopefully the independent folks will catch on to what was really at work, namely the leftist theme that pro-life women are traitors and must be demolished.
Tonight, she relentlessly pushed her experience as a tax lawyer, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, a decision-maker not afraid to buck her own party on TARP and a leader of the charge against Obamacare – not to mention being a mother of five and foster mother of 23.
There is often a herd mentality at debates. But I’ve never seen such unanimity as there was this time. In the spin room afterwards, almost everyone flocked initially to Team Bachmann to hear what they had to say. Their game plan has been simple: 1. Grab the headlines by announcing she was running for president. It was gimmicky but effective. All the wires led with this “news” – I use inverted commas because we all knew she was running and she still hasn’t set a date for the actual announcement. 2. Push details of her broad experience and policy know-how.
Here’s the debate transcript:
To learn more about Bachmann, check out these profile pieces:
You can also see videos of Michele Bachmann interviews from a previous post.
These are both worth reading to understand her background, policies and voting record.
Bachman would make a great President or VP, but the faux-feminists will try to annihilate her first.