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The Truth

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The Truth Squad wrote:
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Bachmann has the money in the bank to pay her employees. If she wanted to have them sign a non-disclosure agreement it should have been done prior to their starting employment. I wonder what she is hiding. I read a report that Bachmann supporters have a low IQ. With your non-comparison comments I see you fit that description.
Finally this little item from April 2012 about Presidential Campaign debt....and I quote:
"Even together, the Clintons’ campaign debt doesn’t rival that of 2008 Republican presidential candidate, who owes two-dozen creditors a combined $1.5 million, not including $1.1 million in outstanding loans Giuliani made to his campaign committee."
Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0412/752...
Go back to your excrement filled basement.
Why don't you Dem hacks go after Hillary for not paying her bills for over 4 years? It is a very simple question.
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The Truth Squad wrote:
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Bachmann has the money in the bank to pay her employees. If she wanted to have them sign a non-disclosure agreement it should have been done prior to their starting employment. I wonder what she is hiding. I read a report that Bachmann supporters have a low IQ. With your non-comparison comments I see you fit that description.
Finally this little item from April 2012 about Presidential Campaign debt....and I quote:
"Even together, the Clintons’ campaign debt doesn’t rival that of 2008 Republican presidential candidate, who owes two-dozen creditors a combined $1.5 million, not including $1.1 million in outstanding loans Giuliani made to his campaign committee."
Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0412/752...
Go back to your excrement filled basement.
But Bill Clinton has $50 to $100 million in the bank(estimated worth). If Bill and Hillary are so much more moral than Bachmann, how come they haven't paid the money? You and your moral slough, slewsie.
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All you wingnuts can do is to bring Clinton into the picture. You are completely incapable of discussing Bachmann's failure to pay employees.
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All you wingnuts can do is to bring Clinton into the picture. You are completely incapable of discussing Bachmann's failure to pay employees.
Your hypocrisy is second only to your stupidity.
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Jan 12, 2013
 
Rep. Michele Bachmann's (R-MN) presidential hopes peaked in the fall of 2011 after she won the Iowa Straw Poll in August. But campaign soon fell apart once the media spotlight was upon her. She withdrew in January of 2012.

In October 2011, her New Hampshire staff quit en masse protesting they hadn't been paid and were treated poorly by national staffers.

Not paying her campaign staff seems to be a pattern for Bachmann. The folks who helped her nab the Iowa Straw Poll win haven't been paid because the staffers haven't signed a non-disclosure agreement.

Her top Iowa staffer Peter Waldron has decided to have a public hissy fit over Bachmann's negligence:

Waldron said the staffers are owed a mere $5,000, and that Bachmann has more than $2 million in her campaign account, but has refused to pay unless the staffers sign the agreement. Negotiations over payment with Bachmann Finance Chairman James Pollack eventually broke down and Waldron decided to go public with the news, posting a press release on Christian Newswire this evening.

"I feel a moral obligation to see that my Christian brothers and sisters are paid for worked performed in good faith. I've continually communicated by telephone and email with Mr. Pollack for 1 year but he broke every promise made to me to pay the staff. I appealed to Dr.[Marcus] Bachmann for help. I appealed to Representative Bachmann's Chief of Staff Robert Boland to intercede with Mrs. Bachmann on behalf of her loyal Iowa staff - all of whom are married, all have children," Waldron said in the press release.

"It is sobering to think that a Christian member of Congress would betray her testimony to the Lord and the public by withholding earned wages from deserving staff," Waldron added.
(Salon)

In October 2011, Bachmann staffers simply denied the reality that her NH staffers quit. Her staff is doing the same thing with this controversy.

James Pollack, cited by Waldron above, categorically denies Waldron's charges and accuses Waldron of lying.
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Jan 13, 2013
 
Consistent wrote:
Rep. Michele Bachmann's (R-MN) presidential hopes peaked in the fall of 2011 after she won the Iowa Straw Poll in August. But campaign soon fell apart once the media spotlight was upon her. She withdrew in January of 2012.
In October 2011, her New Hampshire staff quit en masse protesting they hadn't been paid and were treated poorly by national staffers.
Not paying her campaign staff seems to be a pattern for Bachmann. The folks who helped her nab the Iowa Straw Poll win haven't been paid because the staffers haven't signed a non-disclosure agreement.
Her top Iowa staffer Peter Waldron has decided to have a public hissy fit over Bachmann's negligence:
Waldron said the staffers are owed a mere $5,000, and that Bachmann has more than $2 million in her campaign account, but has refused to pay unless the staffers sign the agreement. Negotiations over payment with Bachmann Finance Chairman James Pollack eventually broke down and Waldron decided to go public with the news, posting a press release on Christian Newswire this evening.
"I feel a moral obligation to see that my Christian brothers and sisters are paid for worked performed in good faith. I've continually communicated by telephone and email with Mr. Pollack for 1 year but he broke every promise made to me to pay the staff. I appealed to Dr.[Marcus] Bachmann for help. I appealed to Representative Bachmann's Chief of Staff Robert Boland to intercede with Mrs. Bachmann on behalf of her loyal Iowa staff - all of whom are married, all have children," Waldron said in the press release.
"It is sobering to think that a Christian member of Congress would betray her testimony to the Lord and the public by withholding earned wages from deserving staff," Waldron added.
(Salon)
In October 2011, Bachmann staffers simply denied the reality that her NH staffers quit. Her staff is doing the same thing with this controversy.
James Pollack, cited by Waldron above, categorically denies Waldron's charges and accuses Waldron of lying.
Bill Clinton has $50 to $100 million in the bank(estimated net worth). If Bill and Hillary are so much more moral than Bachmann, how come they haven't paid the money? You and your moral slough, slewsie.
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The Truth wrote:
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Why don't you Dem hacks go after Hillary for not paying her bills for over 4 years? It is a very simple question.
Well, according to Politico she paid off her debt to everyone in April 2012 except for a $100,000 to a marketing firm whom the Clinton's have used for years. All this while being Secretary of State for the United States of America while Bachmann has been a no nothing unproductive member of Congress who keeps getting voted in by low IQ residents of the 6th District.
Plus I can also tell you have a low IQ by not being able to differentiate between repaying a loan and owing back wages to employees.

If nothing else I hope those unpaid workers now understand what a phony Bachmann is.
Consistent

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Jan 13, 2013
 
Too bad Minnesotans didn't see through her.

She only won by ONE PERCENT this year. She'll be history in the next election.
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Jan 13, 2013
 
The Truth Squad wrote:
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Well, according to Politico she paid off her debt to everyone in April 2012 except for a $100,000 to a marketing firm whom the Clinton's have used for years. All this while being Secretary of State for the United States of America while Bachmann has been a no nothing unproductive member of Congress who keeps getting voted in by low IQ residents of the 6th District.
Plus I can also tell you have a low IQ by not being able to differentiate between repaying a loan and owing back wages to employees.
If nothing else I hope those unpaid workers now understand what a phony Bachmann is.
So you don't think any part of that $100,000 owed to the marketing company was spent on wages? Maybe it is you with the lower than average IQ, mr low integrity poster.
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The Truth Squad wrote:
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Well, according to Politico she paid off her debt to everyone in April 2012 except for a $100,000 to a marketing firm whom the Clinton's have used for years. All this while being Secretary of State for the United States of America while Bachmann has been a no nothing unproductive member of Congress who keeps getting voted in by low IQ residents of the 6th District.
Plus I can also tell you have a low IQ by not being able to differentiate between repaying a loan and owing back wages to employees.
If nothing else I hope those unpaid workers now understand what a phony Bachmann is.
According to Politico, she paid off her debt 4 (four) years late. Hypocrite! Democrat hacks ignore facts to bitch about the opposition.
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#32
Jan 13, 2013
 
So, that makes you a con-sewer-tative HACK, since this thread is about Bachmann, right ???

Bachmann has the money in the bank to pay her employees. If she wanted to have them sign a non-disclosure agreement it should have been done prior to their starting employment. I wonder what she is hiding. I read a report that Bachmann supporters have a low IQ. With your non-comparison comments I see you fit that description.
Finally this little item from April 2012 about Presidential Campaign debt....and I quote:
"Even together, the Clintons’ campaign debt doesn’t rival that of 2008 Republican presidential candidate, who owes two-dozen creditors a combined $1.5 million, not including $1.1 million in outstanding loans Giuliani made to his campaign committee."

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