Michele Bachmann Is "Sorry" That AZ Gov. Brewer Vetoed "Gay Segregation" Bill
Michelle Bachmann reminded Americans on Wednesday that her energy would be put to better use representing tribes of Neanderthals rather than real, live modern day Homo Sapiens voters. In support of segregation, Bachmann lamented the failure of Arizona's notorious attempt to further legalize the refusal of goods and services to the LGBT community, telling The Fine Print that she's "sorry" Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed the Jim Crow-admiring legislation.
“I believe that tolerance is a two-way street, and we need to respect everyone's rights, including the rights of people who have sincerely held religious beliefs,” Rep. Bachmann said.
Bachmann then appeared to make a joke, though upon finishing the quote, the deadpan delivery is rings clear with her patent brand of bigotry.
“Religious liberties and the protection of our religious liberties is right,” she said. “Right now, there's a terrible intolerance afoot in the United States, and it's against people who hold sincerely held religious beliefs.”
I'll keep the intolerance you suffer in mind as I hold hands with the person I love in public tonight and maniacally look over my shoulder every five seconds in fear of being attacked and/or called "faggot," Michele.