The presidential contender may be a longshot for the nomination, but she’s still trying to shore up anti-choice support.
Michele Bachmann’s been all over the place making comically outrageous claims about the supposed dangers of the HPV vaccine. Will her behavior shed light on the more serious problem of people having vague, unarticulated fears of the vaccine?
In their constant effort to obfuscate and redefine the issues, anti-choicers are trying to change the definition of pregnancy as a precursor to outlawing contraception. Unfortunately, corporate media “fact-checkers” aren’t doing too well keeping it straight either.
While hitting Perry on his HPV mandate, Bachmann claims the vaccine caused “mental retardation” in one recipient.
School has begun in earnest for us girls enrolled in the school of politics. So, girlfriends, sit-up straight and pay attention, for these past two school days and nights likely taught us more than we may learn during any other two anytime soon.
At the South Carolina forum Monday, all presidential candidates were asked to weigh in on a federal ban on abortion.
Is her miscarriage talking point beginning to turn into a regular part of her stump speech?
The debate in Iowa was an opportunity for the GOP hopefuls to showcase their stand against abortion. The candidates clearly do not understand any facts related to abortion, and if you are going to discuss a topic then you should learn about it beforehand.
Anti-abortion activists seem unhappy with how she portrayed Tim Pawlenty.
Michele Bachmann and her husband Marcus run clinics that focus, in part, on anti-gay therapy, marital counseling and other issues. Marcus Bachmann portrays himself as a trained therapist. It now appears that their “christian counseling” services take a page from crisis pregnancy centers.