Michele Bachmann’s Latest Insanity: “I Don’t Want The United States To Be In A Global Economy”
Sometimes a mouth opens and words come out, and there is nothing else behind it. Such is often the case with Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann. Her latest foray into Obama-bashing is to claim that the president is forcing the United States to be part of a global economy. After, all, shouldn’t all money stop at the water’s edge? (h/t AMERICAblog). In response to Obama attending the G-20 summit to promote economic cooperation among countries, Bachmann says the real intent is to “bind the United States into a global economy.”
If you look at the G20, what they’re trying to do is bind together the world’s economies. Look how that played out in the European Union when they bound all of those nations economies together and one of the smallest economies, Greece, when they got into trouble, that one little nation is bringing down the entire EU. Well, President Obama is trying to bind the United States into a global economy where all of our nations come together in a global economy. I don’t want the United States to be in a global economy where, where our economic future is bound to that of Zimbabwe. I can’t, we can’t necessarily trust the decisions that are being made financially in other countries.
Bachmann says this will lead to one-world government, and “I don’t want to cede the United States’ authority to a transnational organization.”
From the Scott Hennen radio show:
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