Juanita freely admits a certain fascination with the Republican women of the TEA Party Movement. Having committed herself to the belief that Tea parties are for little girls and their imaginary friends, Juanita is totally delighted when little girls in grown up bodies prove her point.
Michele Bachmann is like manna from heaven for Juanita.
Rep. Michele Bachmann was among the few members of Congress to immediately embrace the tea party, and now she’s trying to give the loosely structured movement an official presence on Capitol Hill.
Bachmann, R-Stillwater, has asked the House Administration Committee to register the House Tea Party Caucus as a Congressional Member Organization.
And Friday, she asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to support her effort to establish the caucus for a movement that seems to have the overthrow of Pelosi as one of its main goals.
“I’d love to see the tea party caucus be bipartisan,” Bachmann said.
“I’m not saying that she’s totally delusional,” Juanita says, “but she does have a screw loose in her thinker assembly.”
“I would rather teach a mermaid to do the slips than try to make sense of this woman,” Juanita admits. “I honestly believe that sometimes she’s just speaking in tongues, hoping that somebody will eventually be able to figure out what she’s saying.”
“I have no idea why she needs a tea party caucus. We already have one. It’s called “Grumpy Stoopid Old White People on Social Security Who Didn’t Care Squat About The National Debt When Grumpy Old Stoopid Dick Cheney Was Causing It But Now That A Black Man Can’t Fix It Overnight They’re All Banging Their Spoons on The Table At Luby’s Cafeteria.” I guess that ain’t catchy enough to put on a tee-shirt.”