Newsweek releases Michele Bachmann photo outtakes in attempt to prove she looks that crazy all the time

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Michele Bachmann Newsweek photo outtakes
Newsweek today released a series of pictures featuring Michele Bachmann with crazy eyes in various locales, in an apparent attempt to prove that she looks that crazy all the time.

The weekly mag has been taking heat this week for its bizarre cover image, which features Michele Bachmann with crazy eyes and the headline, "Queen of Rage."

Here is a collage of Newsweek photos showing Michele Bachmann has crazy eyes even without photo manipulation or sexist photo editors.

Newsweek is basically saying: Here's what we had to work with, how could she not look crazy?

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Newsweek photo outtakes of Michele Bachmann: All crazy, all the time
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kfreed
kfreed

Oh please, as if we've never seen the dingbat moonbeam look on Bachmann before. Whether in print or on camera, she always looks the idiot she is. Google images of Bachmann and there she is looking the mental patient time and time again:

http://search.aol.com/aol/imag...

There isn't much that Newsweek can do about the Bachmann dingbat stare. This is yet another fake controversy which simply goes beyond stupid and makes for a serious waste of time.

Look into her dominionist theocratic tendencies and get off the trivial non-issue here.

Magginkat
Magginkat

The woman is battschitt crazy.   It's not Newweek's fault that she looks that way.   Talk to that wacko gay husband of hers.

Zorromcgee
Zorromcgee

getting a photo of her not looking crazy would be equal to getting a picture of bigfoot or the Loch Ness monster, or even a compassionate tea partier.

E K
E K

She just looks like some lady that you might bump into as she's leaving a suburban chain restaurant.  If that's "crazy" then the Twin Cities is in trouble.

Greg
Greg

She doesn't LOOK crazy,,,, she IS crazy !!

cma cma
cma cma

The overweening contempt for ordinary American voters dripping from the Team Obama media mouthpieces at Newsweek is patently obvious in their grotesque smear of Congresswoman Bachmann: "The elderly, the unemployed, the exasperated, and even a few disillusioned Democrats crowd her rallies and cheer her not-going-to-take-it-anymore shtick, even as they recognize some of its inherent contradictions." Into Newsweek's Demented Left echo chamber, no light from the real American political world of fly-over country penetrates. This is the Newsweek that stated in 1980 that "Fringe candidate Ronald Reagan has no chance of getting a elected." This is the Newsweek that has lost 56% of its circulation over the last 10 years.  "Bachmann planned to vote against the debt-ceiling compromise that would ensure the arrival of her Social Security check and the military benefits owed to her sons and nephews." This last statement is an outright fabrication by Newsweek. The Wall St. Journal proved that Social Security payments of $50 billion/month could have been paid 100% out of the SS Trust fund with no net cash drawdown from the Treasury. http://online.wsj.com/article/...

Zeroisanumber
Zeroisanumber

She has the crazy eyes. Look at them. Those are the craziest of crazy woman eyes. If I saw a woman with eyes that crazy walking down the street, I'd cross the street and run the other way.

vitajex
vitajex

I agree with you-

The Twin Cities DOES have WAY too many suburban chain restaurants.

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