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APhoto Of The Day — 1.25.11

Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., delivers her response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday. Bachmann founded the congressional Tea Party caucus. You write the cutline. Story here. (AP Photo)

Top Cutlines:

  • 1. Michelle BACHMANN, who some in the Tea Party think is a real head-TURNER discusses why government spending has to be shifted out of OVERDRIVE. Said Bachmann, the Republicans are “Taking Care of Business”, and if President Obama can't “Take it Like a Man”, then he can “Roll on Down the Highway” — Eddie Torreal.
  • 2. After becoming aware of fundamental misunderstanding of basic American government and the constitution, Republicans in congress tapped Michelle Bachman to translate the president's SOTU into teabonics for their constituents. Unfortunately they exhausted their supply of Nazi and Marxist analogies — Sisyphus.
  • 3. Tired of being relegated to a “fantasy football widow” each Sunday, Michelle unveils the first ever “fantasy politicians league” to rave reviews. She scored the neat charts from Ross Perot on E-bay — Formerly Sandpoint.
  • HM: Otis G

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