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Sep 13, 2013

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Phoenix Woman

My fondest hope is that Bachmann reverses her decision to bow out of politics and mounts a primary challenge.

Shabbosgoy

I'm not the most disinterested of observers but Bachmann's attempt to return to her "original base," as Sally Jo puts it, strikes me as something out of the "fool me once" category. Maybe some evangelicals will continue to buy what Bachmann has to say, I just can't tell. Having co-authored (ok, written the whole damn thing) "Bachmannistan," I know Peter Waldron has suffered a great deal of blowback for telling the truth. My fear, as I expressed in my introduction to the book, is that once out of office Bachmann will exercise as deleterious an influence on Minnesota (republican) politics as Vin Weber and Norm Coleman. Talk about water to a drowning man. Then again, the federal grand jury currently empanelled in DC may make my worries moot.

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