TOTALLY RELATED: Hawaii GOP sets March 13 for GOP Presidential Caucuses
CNN: Bachmann draws big crowd in South Carolina debut
“The disaster that began four years ago will end right here, November 6, 2012,” Bachmann said, vowing to make President Barack Obama a one-term president. It was the first of several red-meat one-liners.
Bachmann said she plans to win decisive early victories in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina on her way to the White House. She promised to follow that with a national campaign – even in the heavily Democratic state of Hawaii.
“We want to win Hawaii,” she said. “And we think that there is a certain Hawaiian president who should go back to Hawaii!”
POLITICO: Michele Bachmann: 2012 will be about Obama
“We want to win South Carolina,” she said. “We want to win New Hampshire. We want to win Iowa. We want to win Hawaii. And we think that there’s a certain Hawaiian resident that maybe should go back to Hawaii. Should we help him fill out his change of address form today?”
Civil Beat: Michele Bachmann: 'We Want to Win Hawaii'
"We want to win Hawaii," Bachmann is quoted as saying. "And we think that there is a certain Hawaiian president who should go back to Hawaii!"
Bachmann, whose campaign has begun to catch fire nationally, visited Honolulu in February.
As Civil Beat reported, Bachmann told an enthusiastic audience that there was Tea Party buzz in the islands.
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