Michele Bachmann campaigned
for fellow Republican Roy Blunt's Senate campaign here via Skype over the weekend, the St. Louis Beacon
Bachmann was hospitalized over the weekend for an undisclosed illness, so the fundraiser she was set to headline for Blunt this weekend was postponed. The congresswoman still managed to address several dozen phonebank volunteers making calls for Blunt ahead of this Tuesday's Republican primary, booming down from a large video screen, wearing pink and promising that Blunt, if elected, would undo some of the changes President Barack Obama and the Democratic Congress have made in the last year and a half.
Ah, the wonders of technology. How else would crazies beam their maniacally grinning images all over the country?
Though she still showed her face in support of Blunt, Bachmann's online-only appearance may have actually been a way for the congresswoman to save
face. See, Bachmann is the poster girl for the ultra-conservative Tea Party movement. And Blunt is...not.
When people say that elected officials phone it in, they really aren't kidding. Minnesota Congresswoman