Another One Down of the Day

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Another One Down of the Day
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Another One Down of the Day: Following last night's trouncing in Iowa, Rep. Michele Bachmann has reportedly decided to follow in Herman Cain's footsteps and "suspend" her campaign, which allows the GOP presidential candidate to bow out of the race while still leaving the door open

Contrite Tweet of the Day

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Contrite Tweet of the Day
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Contrite Tweet of the Day: Jimmy Fallon took to Twitter moments ago to apologize to Michele Bachmann for the controvertial antics of the Late Night's house band. It was revealed earlier that The Roots had mocked Rep. Bachmann by performing a cover of Fishbone's "Lyin' Ass Bitch" as the GOP presidential candidate was walking onto the se

Bad Lip Reading of the Day

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Bad Lip Reading of the Day: Bad Lip Reading pays bad lip service to GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann (she's still a GOP presidential candidate, right?) with a brand new soundbite (previously, and) that makes more sense than anything she's ever actually said.

Reality Check of the Day

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Reality Check of the Day: Based on recent polls, Republican frontrunner Gov. Rick Perry currently holds a double-digit lead over GOP understudy Mitt Romney. Rep. Michele Bachmann, who trails them both, is in desperate need of a quick fix to boost her flagging numbers.

Enter: HPV.

Human papillomavirus -- the most common sexually transmitted infectio

Stuff White People Like of the Day

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Stuff White People Like of the Day: Michele Bachmann gives Pittsburgh-based Christian rock group White People Soul Band the most awkward introduction imaginable.

[okfj / jmg.]

Straw Poll Results of the Day

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Straw Poll Results of the Day
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Straw Poll Results of the Day: Rep. Michele Bachmann was declared the winner of the Ames GOP straw poll, securing her first place with a total of 4,823. Bachmann edged out her closest competitor, Congressman Ron Paul, by 152 votes.

Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty was second runner-up with 2,293 votes, closely followed by Rick Santorum (1,657) and Herman Cain (1,456). Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who