• It's Unconformed, but Michele Bachmann Thinks She "Probably" Gave Birth More Times Than Guy Yelling at Her

    When Michele Bachmann says that it would be unconstitutional to reform health care so that poor people, unemployed workers and my cousin Gary can get medical coverage, it's not just because she's an Constitutionalitiness expert.

    She's also a genuine medical expert

    At one point, Bachmann told the crowd: "I believe we have the best health care in the world… I far prefer American health care than medical care in the U.K. any day of the week," Bachmann said.

    Lifting a stack of news reports about the health care problems in England, Bachmann told a story about women having to give birth in hospital hallways.

    One angry male constituent yelled, "That happens here." And Bachmann quickly retorted, "I've given birth here probably more times than you, sir."

    Notice how Bachmann – a mother of five — used the word "probably"? That's a medical term. It means "hemogoblin."

    So, what she's really saying here is that if we reform health care, that'll wake up the hemogoblin that lives under the bridge, and he'll come and steal our grandparents in the middle of the night.

    That's science.

    Tags: Health Care, House of Representatives, Michele Bachmann, Minnesota, Town Hall


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