Michele Bachmann, Bubble Head

Just over a week ago, Michele Bachmann was interviewed by Piers Morgan of CNN and, though Mitt Romney hasn’t yet chosen a running mate, Bachmann effectively ruled herself out when she said,

“Whoever it is that he chooses to bring in as his V.P., it will be a highly competent person who could step in at a moment’s notice and assume the responsibilities of the White House.”

Well, she ruled herself out even though Mitt Romney hasn’t yet asked her.

What does all of this mean?

If she isn’t asked, it will prove that even the GOP has some standards.

Who knew?


Art-itorial by Barbara Broido. Visit Barbara’s Doodle Blog for more of her art, design work and socio-political commentary.


  1. Mrs. Vera says

    If she was the VP, and something awfully unfortunate happened to Romney, when she took office she’d have to do what her husband says (that is why she became a tax lawyer, at his request, plus also good christian subservience) so we would have our first homosexual president. Go Gay Agenda!

  2. You made her look far too viable.

  3. MY EYES!! MY EYES!!!


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