Elvis Presley Birthday

August 17, 2011 by Post Team 

Elvis Presley BirthdayElvis Presley Birthday, Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann went all Blue Suede Shoes Elvis Presley, while campaigning on Tuesday, when by mistake he wanted to “El Rey”, a “Happy Birthday”.

August 16 marks actually the 34th anniversary of Presley’s death. “Before we begin, let’s all say” Happy Birthday “to Elvis Presley today,” greeted the attendees Bachmann a “Join the Team Bachmann” rally in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

“We have to play some promised land when we arrived. You can not do better than Elvis Presley and we were celebrating his birthday as they began to celebrate taking our country to work.”

But Presley’s birthday is in January, so you want the good of the beloved tea party eight months late.

Republican presidential contender Michelle Bachmann loved Elvis Presley Birthday yesterday.

Just one problem. Tuesday was the birthday of the King. It was the anniversary of his death.

Every day he opens her mouth, Michelle Bachmann shows her ignorance.

In Spartanburg, South Carolina, Tuesday morning, Bachmann said that “before we start, let’s all say” Happy Birthday to Elvis Presley today. Happy Birthday! You can not do better than Elvis Presley and we thought we’d celebrate his birthday and began the celebration of our “Take our country” Tour “.

Presley was born on January 8, 1935. He died on August 16, 1977.

At the time he arrived in Greenville Tuesday afternoon, Bachmann changed her story and tone.

“Today is the day we observe the passing of Elvis Presley,” he said somberly.

The woman, who thinks she has everything you need for mangroves President facts, makes claims about the achievements that are not yours and geography fails.

In March, confused Concord, New Hampshire, Concord, Massachusetts, when he said. “You are in the state where the shot heard around the world at Lexington and Concord”

Well, doh!

In Iowa in January, according to her founding fathers fought to end slavery, sayying “the founders wrote the documents (the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution) worked tirelessly until slavery was no more in the United States. ”

That was a surprise to historians. Many of the signers of documents owned slaves – including Thomas Jefferson and George Washington – and all were dead when President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, abolishing slavery after the Civil War.

Also in Iowa, said Bachmann legendary idol was John Wayne School of Waterloo, Iowa – which is also her birthplace. In fact, the mass murderer John Wayne Gacy came from Waterloo. The parents of John Wayne, once lived there, but Wayne was not born there and never lived in the city.

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