A trial date has been set in an Iowa lawsuit alleging that Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., stole and misused an e-mail distribution list maintained by an Iowa home school group during her failed 2012 presidential campaign.
This morning, the seven-day trial in Heki v. Bachmann was scheduled for May 14, 2014, court records show.
Here's a copy of the lawsuit, it is set to take place in Des Moines. How convenient.
I know we're supposed to pretend to have written the crazy-eyed, crazier-thinking, Bachmann's obituary, but that is not how she thinks.
Who else but her thinks she could run for President and launch her 2016 Campaign in Iowa...while involved in a lawsuit for running an illegal campaign for President in 2012, in Iowa?
[cross-posted at Firedoglake]
Umm, didn't she come in sixth in the Iowa caucus in 2012?
If she could only get 5% of the rabid Iowa Republican vote, I doubt she's going to be much of a threat in 2016.
If she is running, look on the bright side. This time, she may do something that gets her arrested....
i thought she bought the win. no, that was the hay poll. 2016?!?
tea party trollop and her circus of insanity will uglify what might have been a lovely spring week in a lovely city, just by being there.
bachmann, the grift that keeps on takin...
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