Did Newsweek go too far?
Their latest cover features a wild-eyed Michele Bachmann and the headline “The Queen of Rage.”
I’m not questioning their word choice. I mean that photo — that maniacal look on Bachmann’s face. Does it step over a line?
Or merely capture the real essence of Bachmann?
She is the Republican candidate for President who said — and I quote — “not all cultures are equal.” Who called global warming “voodoo, nonsense, hokum, a hoax.” Who said we were “running out of rich people.” Who wants to abolish the minimum wage. And who said “gay marriage is probably the biggest issue to impact our state and our nation in the last 30 years.”
Huh. Whadda ya know?
You can judge a book by its cover.
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