(CNN) - She's been in the national spotlight only a few years, but in that fairly short amount of time, Michele Bachmann has gained real notoriety - even if, at times, the attention has come for reasons that she may wish to put behind her.
A third-term congresswoman representing Minnesota's 6th District, Bachmann announced during a CNN GOP presidential debate Monday night that she had filed paperwork to enter the presidential race.
Ahh another cut cut cut demand repug, these repugs put taxes over demand, if you stop cutting And threatening to cut consumer spending money, then raise taxes on every one, and lower corporate taxes so companies can hire, this is the way you bring back consumers confidence because no one know how many taxes they pay and wouldn't miss the money, but if you keep threatening to cut their money, they will always go into survival mode and start saving for a rainy day. This would spell disaster for small businesses. Stop with the trillion dollars cuts threat repugs and stop taking away consumers confidence. The last time I checked this was a supply and demand economy, not a cut and and tax break one.
Early in the evening, she made an introductory remark that sounded as if she were announcing herself as a candidate.
Listened to the debate. Didn't here anything spectacular from Bachmann, but I will keep an ear out for future statements.
oral roberts? Really????? :) :)
There's a joke in there somewhere!!!
Did u see the diversity in the hall?