Michele Bachmann was out, Rick Perry was back and Rick Santorumwas up in the most volatile Republican presidential nominating contest in decades on Wednesday, as conservative Republicans searched for an alternative to frontrunner Mitt Romney.
Bachmann, a U.S. congresswoman from Minnesota, stepped down after a dismal sixth place finish in the first Republican nominating contest in Iowa, which was decided by a margin of 8 votes out of the 122,000 cast.
Perry, the governor of Texas, stayed in the race despite earlier hinting he would drop out. View full article »
Michele Bachmann suspended her 2012 presidential campaign Wednesday after finishing at the bottom of competitors in the six-way Republican caucuses in Iowa and finding she didn’t have the campaign infrastructure, cash or momentum to go on.
But the Minnesota congresswoman said she will continue to make her case against Obama administration policies that she says bring the U.S. closer to the point of no return unless they are stopped. View full article »
Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann has some sass to her and viewers of Monday night’s “O’Reilly Factor,” got a taste of it.
Bill O’Reilly asked Bachmann what it would take for her to vote to raise the debt ceiling. She said Democrats would have to vote to cut spending “an enormous amount” and “they would have to defund Obamacare.” Then they had the following exchange and that’s when things got real fresh and snappy: View full article »