Anyway, recently OutFront Minnesota organized several thousand citizens to rally against the amendment, and an intrepid local snapped a few photos of her hiding in the bushes at the capitol, spying on the rally.
"I had high heels on and I just couldn't stand anymore," Bachmann said. "I was not in the bushes."
Yeah, right. "Scouting mission." Uh-huh. Take another look at those photos.
We report; you decide. Is that someone with her back to the camera, sitting on the curb? Or are those her knees casting a shadow there? She's sitting on the near curb of the street, not the far curb. Which means she'd be facing away from the Capitol where the photographer is positioned. But wait: you can see her knees as she's facing the camera. You can't sit on the curb that way. And, what about the kerning?!
Hey, do you need a vaguely homoerotic moniker (coughHinderocketcough) to make an analysis like this involving closeups (or kerning!)? If so, just call me John Bigboote ("Big Boo-TAY").
By the way, the anti-gay folks are having their rally on April 20. I'm sure the fact that this is the same day as the 116th birthday of another notorious homophobe is just a really unfortunate coincidence.