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08:11 AM on 08/11/2011
Not a fan of hers, but they could have come up with a better photo of her. No use intentionally making her look bad.
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JonB2057
Think, it ain't illegal yet!
04:22 PM on 08/11/2011
"No use intentiona­lly making her look bad."

She does a good job herself at doing that?
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proffordisabilities
08:08 AM on 08/11/2011
This photograph is clearly a posed photograph. So she doesn't like the results. Lots of times people have to pose for photographs and don't get second chances, like driver's licenses, or faculty and student ID's dressed as such and posed as such, there is no possibility that this was an incidental photo.

Frankly, I think this photograph is allegorically very intense. Mrs. Bachmann is no kitty or puppy or friendly liitle fish in a bowl to watch and enjoy. She IS more like a tiger or a pit bull or a shark, and after all, as every smart Republican knows, ANY PUPBLICITY IS BETTER THAN NO PUBLICITY, and this was the cover of News week, WHAT MORE COULD SHE WANT???

As they say, a picture tells a thousand words, and this lady of a thousand words just showed who she really is (by the way, for a rich/wealthy woman, she and her husband have been living off government subsidies for a very long time, but its different for them, THEY REALLY DESERVE IT...smile for the picture, baby)
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TheColouredEuropean
Don't impose your religious LIFESTYLE upon me!
07:34 AM on 08/11/2011
A very modest cover. Had foam come out of her mouth, it would have been more accurate. She brainwashes vulnerable children and into killing themselves because they're gay. No tree high ...
11:51 AM on 08/11/2011
What a sick ignorant person you are
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Chucktheman
07:29 AM on 08/11/2011
It the story is about how she feels about the "evils of government" why is she running for any public office? Anti government sound like anarchist lingo to me. Radical, extremist, and removed from the norm.
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millebocca
veni, vidi, clicki
08:45 AM on 08/11/2011
politicians do have a tendency to be the pot calling the kettle bl....er.....um
OBAMAMOI
Nature does nothing useless
07:16 AM on 08/11/2011
The only pity I feel was for those poor oysters dangling from the lobes and resting on the clavicle
09:48 AM on 08/12/2011
Those would be pearls. Oysters don't make good jewelry.
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carburetor
Liberals - The Conscience of a Capitalist Nation
06:56 AM on 08/11/2011
She looks like a deer in the headlights. It's a pretty cool picture. My dentist will probably cancel his Newsweek subscription. Darn.
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Coherent1
Money b4 People (Mb4/P)=FuzzyMath
06:42 AM on 08/11/2011
Bachmann posed for this. It's simply a failed attempt at hiding crowsfeet with smiling eyes and a squint. I fault Tyra Banks and NewsWeeks makeup artist for this. #AirbrushFAIL
03:56 AM on 08/11/2011
Another liberal media on self destruct. If you want credibility with your readers, you don't deliberately use a poor photo of someone who is respected by half your subscribers... Until today, I've never known Newsweek to have a preference with Dem or Repub. They obviously do and I have no need to ever pickup another one of their publications because I would now be suspicious of their motives.
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Bobby Reed
Dangerously Talented Since 1987
06:42 AM on 08/11/2011
Keep whining. Your handle suits you just fine, I see.
11:52 AM on 08/11/2011
No Bobby it is called free speech
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John Dillingerr
revolt against tyranny
07:00 AM on 08/11/2011
relax,that's not a poor photo.
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Nancy Cronk
President, Progressive Women of Colorado
03:44 AM on 08/11/2011
It takes a lot of Chuh-tzpah to use this photo! :-)
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infonomics
Your happiness pleases me but must I witness it
03:37 AM on 08/11/2011
Conservatives insult their own by presuming that their voters are swayed by the nuances of a photo. What voter would admit to the influence of a photo? OK, they won't admit it.
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ckava3
03:15 AM on 08/11/2011
Whether or not you like her or not isn't the point. It's OBVIOUS Newsweek was trying to make her look unstable. So, the point is, once again, mainstream media with a Liberal slant (for lack of a stronger word) shows it's colors. Come on people, just admit it. If you don't, you're lying to yourselves.
04:15 AM on 08/11/2011
So what?
03:02 AM on 08/11/2011
She has that crazed look in her eyes, to put it bluntly and it's a bit creepy. That, or over projection for the camera.. either way, not flattering at all.
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Madeline Brashear
02:59 AM on 08/11/2011
Heck, the woman is a witch and a lunatic and she looks it!!!! How would anyone expect her to look?
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Kerry Cook
04:24 AM on 08/11/2011
It's so nice to see an open minded American woman making an unjaded observation of another by using such vivid descriptions of another, especially when they've never met. Keep classy America!
JaffaKree
No... NOT "Only in America".
02:21 AM on 08/11/2011
I'm getting one to collect tomorrow. I saw them at BN tonight, but didn't have time to buy. It's going up in my office.

Classic.
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indigotrustee
GOP=Gridlock Obstruction and Partisanship
02:13 AM on 08/11/2011
She's waiting for more taxpayer money to spend on her husbands anti-gay clinic, and so she can get her hair and makeup done.
She's spent more than $5000 on her hair and makeup since her announcement that she'll run for President. She lives off taxpayers money, but decries Obama and his policies.
Hypocrite? Oh yeah. Do as I say, and not as I do is her motto. It seems to be the Tea Baggers motto, also the GOP/Republicans motto too.
I'm like to know what planet her, her husband and her followers live on.