Michele Bachmann's husband is shocked at profanity. Send cash today!
Marcus Bachmann is shocked, offended and saddened that Tarryl Clark would stoop so low as to use a "profanity-laced attack" against his wife in a campaign ad.
Marcus Bachmann's feelings are hurt.
And if you'd just write her a check today, Michele Bachmann would feel so much better. In Fact, if she could just raise $150,000 by Friday, she'd feel just great.
Such are the tactics of a congressional re-election campaign that has already raised more cash than any other in history. And the Clark campaign calls them bogus.
Marcus Bachmann is of course referring to the "Not doing @#%!" for the people of the 6th District" ad that Clark released on Tuesday.
"She stood up for BP when no one else would. She has a 100 percent voting record supporting Wall Street. She even stood with the big insurance companies and voted against reform," the announcer says in the ad. "Michele Bachmann, not doing @#%! For the people of the 6th District."
Heavens! First his long-suffering wife had to put up with posters advertising a concert called "F*** Michele Bachmann." Playboy was all set for an expose on conservative women. And former President Bill Clinton called her teabagging ways "stupid."
Here's the Bachmann plead for cash, verbatim, and a response from Clark's communications director, Carrie Lucking: