Michele Bachmann limps to the finish line in Iowa after one-two punch
On the eve of the Iowa caucus, two high-profile departures from the Republican candidate's team throw her campaign into a tailspin Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann insisted she would push on with her campaign in spite of having suffered two major setbacks on Thursday.
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#1 Dec 30, 2011
NEVADA, IowaŚRepublican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann is limping toward Tuesday's Iowa presidential caucuses.
She's losing staff. She's faced calls for her to abandon her bid. And she has no money.
Yet, the Minnesota congresswoman, at the back of the pack in polls, is vowing to soldier on, even if that means her candidacy will split the vote of pivotal conservatives in Iowa and allow for victories by a candidate who isn't seen as adhering as strongly to GOP orthodoxy -- like Mitt Romney or Ron Paul.
THERE IS ONE PART MISSING?WE THE PEOPLE HAVE NOT
VOTED YET?VOTE FOR MICHELE 2012!!!!
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