Michelle Bachmann and the Politics of “Bitch”

This week on The Good Men Project I wrote about Michelle Bachmann’s appearance on Jimmy Fallon this week. As you may be aware, the in-house band (The Roots) accompanied her march on stage with an incomprehensible version of Fishbone’s “Lyin’ Ass Bitch.” I’m no fan of Bachmann’s, but I still think this crosses a line. Here’s why:

Related Post: DADT is one of those things that Bachmann and I disagree on. What if your partner deployed, and you couldn’t say I love?

Related Post: What’s in a name? Here’s my GMP post about modern naming conventions.

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2 responses to “Michelle Bachmann and the Politics of “Bitch”

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