Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Truth is stranger than fiction

I'm pretty sure that the person who said, "History repeats itself" wasn't Sarah Palin or Michele Bachmann.

After Michele Bachmann confused John Wayne the actor with John Wayne Gacy the criminal, she said, "Get over it. That's now all Waterloo under the bridge."

Before we criticize Michele Bachmann for confusing her John Waynes, we should give her a chance to redeem herself on an issue that matters. Let's see if she can differentiate between a Kardashian and a Snooky.

Michele Bachmann said President Obama is afraid of her. There may be some truth to that. When she says something stupid, he's afraid he's going to laugh.

Michele Bachmann said Barack Obama is afraid to debate her. The president said, "That theory remains open for debate."

Michele Bachmann probably won't approve any debt ceiling bill. Her excuse will be, "We don't have the money to pay this bill."

If Michele Bachmann isn't elected president, she could become a novelist since she doesn't believe in letting the facts get in the way of a good story. She can start with her memoirs.

While visiting the National Robotics Engineering Center at Carnegie Mellon University, President Obama said it's his job as commander-in-chief to keep an eye on robots. I wish it was his job to program the robots. Then members of Congress would cast intelligent votes.

Prince Harry says he doesn't plan on getting married any time soon. He doesn't want to give Princess Beatrice an excuse to buy another ugly hat.

Next time I want someone to lie to me, I'm going to ask a politician, "Does this dress make me look fat?"