Michele Bachmann is a favorite among social conservatives and supporters of the tea party movement which favors "low taxes" and "small government" - clever keywords which mean that if they hold the power you will still pay out the ass to BIG government and their corporate sponsorships.
The Minnesotan member of congress has her sights set on presidential ambitions - hoping to unify the Republican Party's disparate base and appeal to all of the party's far flung ideological stripes using "I'm one of those" and "I'm one of those" lines to sway voters in her direction without really saying anything. Transparent evidence to the party's obvious lack of acknowledgement for anyone other than bimbos (and other glittery inanimate objects) as possible candidates.
Really, there are plenty of smarter women with more experience out there who would be better candidates, and do the job well should they be elected without all the fluff and fundamentalist pandering while campaigning and occupying the White House. Like your mom. She kicks ass and takes names later. But where are they? I've got a pretty good idea they're probably too busy picking up after you slobs. Good job, Einstein - now you have a hand in screwing over our country too.
In my (sometimes viewed as worthless) opinion (because I am so one-dimensional appearing on the internet and all), both of America's major rivaling political parties are lacking in persons who are not worth their weight in pennies. And that is not going to bring any financial solvency to the table whatsoever.
With the number of unforgettable gaffes she's made, Bachmann also doesn't appear to know much about her own affairs, cultural issues, civil rights, the Constitution or American history. I'm not going to bother backing up those points with links to relevant evidence. You either get it or you don't. Maybe if Bachmann spent less time mentally masturbating she'd have a clearer purer perception of things. In the meantime, get off my planet.