Michele Bachmann Wins WND's 'Woman of the Year' Award Partially Based on 'Womanliness'

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Every year, World Net Daily presents a lucky lady with a "Woman of the Year" award, based on her ability to "represent goodness, womanliness, perseverance and character." Oooh, womanliness. A trait of utmost importance, second only to "wears lipstick at all times."

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The womanly woman in question must have an "impact on wider American, and global opinion."

This year, the award goes to a nonsensical pipecleaner with googly eyes Michelle Bachmann, the "gutsy, pro-life fiscal conservative who dared to vote against raising the debt ceiling," for her "extraordinary dedication to America's founding principles and steadfast defense of the Constitution."

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Bachmann beat out runner-ups Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Phyllis Schlafly.

At least they didn't give the award to the "pre-born child"?

[h/t Huffington Post]

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imaginaryfriend

umm, wasn't that gutsy debt ceiling vote in the summer of 2011?

oh, well, that's World Nut Daily, where they can't even read a calendar.