Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Michele Bachmann Corrects Historical Inaccuracy

Nashua NH

Well in line with the current trend of progressive politics and general madness, U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann was in New Hampshire this weekend talking to anyone who would listen.

In addition to the standard speech-giving ceremony of early presidential contenders, Bachmann invoked several historical events clarifying what has heretofore been a poorly-veiled liberal historian cover-up, saying "I don't know about you good citizens, but I'll never forget what happened in the great state of New Hampshire when the extreme left, spurred on by the liberal media, dumped crates of our tea into Nashua harbor, effectively starting a war we couldn't get out of!"

This recent insight into what can now be properly understood as a long-held historical fallacy, involving a certain Massachusetts burg, has already been embraced by the Texas State School board textbook committee and is being amended for the highly anticipated history text America: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Make It Up As I Go Along.

Bachmann, who was later seen at a local convenience store buying all of the Hostess Twinkies, said she wasn't sure if she would actually eat them but instead wanted to ensure that no one else had a chance.

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