Rep. Michele Bachmann, Republican of Minnesota and a surging GOP presidential candidate, thinks that President Obama’s tactics in the debt-ceiling negotiations evince a lot of … well, take it away:
Clearly not a word she learned on the kibbutz. We look forward to her apologetic speel about how she has always shepped nachos from her strong knowledge of Yiddish-kike and that she considers herself and the Jewish people to be Mitch’s polka. (This was not just some pandering stick, in other words; what kind of a smock do you think she is?.) Furthermore, if the Republicans and Obama could only sit down together, smooze, and kibbutz, they’d get rid of this sore ass in no time.
Marc Tracy is a staff writer at The New Republic, and was previously a staff writer at Tablet. He tweets @marcatracy.