Bachmann Gay Robot
December 25, 2011 by staff
Bachmann Gay Robot, By now the GOP presidential candidates have seen it all: hecklers, protesters, haters of all shapes and sizes. Well, mostly all. On Thursday afternoon in Iowa City, Michele Bachmann encountered a man dressed in a robot suit, who shouted her down with the aid of a built-in megaphone. He called himself, “roboprof,” and was booed and quickly asked to leave Hamburg Inn No. 2, where Bachmann made the campaign stop.
“I am a gay robot. I oppose Bachmann’s position on gays, whether they are human or robot,” said the man, who declined to give his name, although he admitted to being the same robot who heckled Bill Clinton at the University of Iowa in 2007.
At that time, the person in the robot suit was revealed to be Kembrew McLeod, a communications professor at the University of Iowa.
Bachmann swept through the popular diner in about 20 minutes, shaking hands, signing autographs and taking pictures, but made no statements and did not comment to the media. The restaurant was packed to the brim with well over 100 people – both supporters and plenty of opponents. The lack of support was not altogether surprising in the liberal enclave.
Police were called, and four officers arrived towards the end of the visit to help keep the peace in the raucous crowd.
A group of Occupy Iowa City protesters tried to shout over the noise of the eatery while Bachmann was there.
“Michele Bachmann will fix the economy by laying off workers and cutting their pay. Michele Bachmann fights proudly for marriage unless the couple happens to be gay,” about 15 people scattered around the restaurant said. “You’re not wanted here. You’re not wanted here so go, just go.”
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