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Soflasnapper
07-19-2011, 05:13 PM
Michele Bachmann suffers from debilitating migraines roughly every week, which incapacitates her for a day or two.

When was she going to reveal this-- after winning a job for which this disability is a disqualification?

We've dodged a bullet with this revelation, as she is now in the lead for the GOP nomination.

Popcorn time!

LWW
07-20-2011, 02:24 AM
1 - Even the Huffington Post doesn't have the spin on this that you do.

2 - The far left has now stooped to making fun of people over their suffering.

3 - They still have no issue with a VPOTUS that has had 2 brain stokes or a POTUS that refuses to release his medical records.

Gayle in MD
07-20-2011, 07:43 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Soflasnapper</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Michele Bachmann suffers from debilitating migraines roughly every week, which incapacitates her for a day or two.

When was she going to reveal this-- after winning a job for which this disability is a disqualification?

We've dodged a bullet with this revelation, as she is now in the lead for the GOP nomination.

Popcorn time! </div></div>

What is she going to do about those of us to whom she GIVES Migraines! /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/grin.gif

LOL, proof of the low intellectual capacity of Repiglican voters.

Same sheep that gave us eight years of the worst president in our history.


That Bachmann is even considered as a presidential candidate, IS embarrassing to old line Republicans, as many of thhem have written.

That she was ever even considered, should serve as a warning shot to all of us of just how damaging the mindless clueless Tea Party types really are to this country, given they continue to vote against their own best interests, they're the pawns of the evil puppet masters, like Cheney, Rove, and....Rupert Murdoch, as clueless TPers continue to slurp up illogical lies from a totally corrupted party, which actually cares nothing about solving America's problems.
G.

Soflasnapper
07-20-2011, 10:39 AM
1 - Even the Huffington Post doesn't have the spin on this that you do.

Meaning what? Are they now some arbiters of all truth or opinion? I read it occasionally, but find it no authority of righteous opinion.

2 - The far left has now stooped to making fun of people over their suffering.

An undocumented claim.

3 - They still have no issue with a VPOTUS that has had 2 brain st[r]okes or a POTUS that refuses to release his medical records.

Both the Dem candidates and McCain gave medical information during the past campaign. Only McCain's vp nominee didn't, although he would have been the oldest man to assume office, older than Reagan was at the end of his 8 years, and he was a multiple cancer survivor, including several melanoma cases, which can be a fatal cancer.

Soflasnapper
07-20-2011, 12:10 PM
Pawlenty goes there:

Pawlenty says WH hopefuls must be able do the job
By JONATHAN MARTIN | 7/20/11 1:33 PM EDT

Tim Pawlenty moved closer Wednesday to raising doubts about Michele Bachmann's fitness for office.

While repeating his previous comments that he'd defer to doctors on Bachmann's particular health situation, Pawlenty said broadly that presidential hopefuls have to be up for the rigors of the job.

"All of the candidates I think are going to have to be able to demonstrate they can do all of the job all of the time," he told reporters after an event in Indianola.

He added: "There's no real time off in that job."

Reports about Bachmann's indicate that her migraines would leave her unable to work for days at a time.

Asked if voters should consider a candidate's capacity to do the job, Pawlenty said: "As a general requirement for the office, I think that applies to all of us."

Gayle in MD
07-20-2011, 12:13 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Soflasnapper</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Pawlenty goes there:

Pawlenty says WH hopefuls must be able do the job
By JONATHAN MARTIN | 7/20/11 1:33 PM EDT

Tim Pawlenty moved closer Wednesday to raising doubts about Michele Bachmann's fitness for office.

While repeating his previous comments that he'd defer to doctors on Bachmann's particular health situation, Pawlenty said broadly that presidential hopefuls have to be up for the rigors of the job.

"All of the candidates I think are going to have to be able to demonstrate they can do all of the job all of the time," he told reporters after an event in Indianola.

He added: "There's no real time off in that job."

Reports about Bachmann's indicate that her migraines would leave her unable to work for days at a time.

Asked if voters should consider a candidate's capacity to do the job, Pawlenty said: "As a general requirement for the office, I think that applies to all of us."
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And she has been hospitalized for her condition a number of times, for days at a time, so I read....


G.