A Santorum-Bachmann Ticket Would Be Like Electing the King and Queen of a Psychiatric Ward

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Your Daily Dose of BuzzFlash at Truthout, via my pal Mark Karlin:

Rev. Cary Gordon of Iowa wants you to know that the evangelical community should get behind two candidates who best represent "faith and family." [...]

In an email received by BuzzFlash at Truthout, Gordon advocates for GOP Iowa caucus voters to back a Rick Santorum-Michele Bachmann ticket [...]

This is the Santorum, who just a few days ago said that it is good for the poor to struggle with hunger and poverty. This is the Santorum who is proud of endorsements from anti-gay extremists.

Yes, Santorum would be quite a team with Michele "the British are coming" Bachmann. Just the other day, Bachmann said it's all right for gays to marry, as long as they marry someone of the opposite sex. According to much speculation, she should know, being married to Marcus "pray away the gay" Bachmann... Bachmann shows her "divine" worthiness by claiming that the government is forcing the teaching of evolution and, thereby, censoring the true origins of life found in the Bible. [...]

But Reverend Gordon shouldn't get his hopes up for a dream team. According to Bachmann, in an interview with CNN, she thinks Donald Trump would make a great VP on a ticket with her as president.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DW7LHDQQLRH5RQG2AGEXP35QGM Mr. B

    "A Santorum-Bachmann Ticket Would Be Like Electing the King and Queen of a Psychiatric Ward"

    More like electing two court jesters . . .

  • Anonymous

    Having spent over 20 continuous years visiting my brother, Paul, who was a patient in the state psychiatric hospitals of New York, I can say that these two are not psychotic. They know exactly what they are doing. They would never qualify to be admitted to a psychiatric ward. Even people who really need to be there rarely get admitted these days - hence my efforts to get the Medicaid Institutes for Mental Diseases (IMD) Exclusion Repealed.

    Having said that, I would call them sociopaths. For some reason, calling them king and queen of the psychiatric ward seems to be insulting people who are really sick, like my brother. But I can see what you mean to a certain extent.