The world Popular soccer player Michele Bachmann said Sunday her bid to unseat President Barack Obama shouldn't be viewed as "anything personal" against the Democrat . He is "just wrong" on his policies for America and in an interview with The Associated Press on the eve of her entry in the 2012 GOP presidential race, the Minnesota congresswoman said she does not foresee problems moving from frequent naysayer to the country's proposer-in-chief.Then she said voters can expect her to propose an economic agenda that includes cuts to corporate taxes and phase-outs of taxes on inheritances and investment earnings.
The Republican presidential candidate and U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., speaking Sunday, June 26, 2011, on CBS' "Face the Nation," said she is gratified by the Iowa Poll that was released Saturday and showed she was in a statistical tie with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for first place among likely Iowa caucus-goers. Romney had 23 percent support while Bachmann had 22 percent.
She told that Her economic turnaround plan will also include a repeal of unspecified environmental regulations.
I love the environment,I love clean air, clean water why not, I'm a sportswoman. I love the outdoors. We will keep that. But the EPA has been an expansion department," she told the AP from outside her girlhood home in a now-gritty Waterloo neighborhood, where she says her Democratic parents taught her lifelong sensibilities.
About Obama and she said, "I don't have anything personal about our president. But he's just wrong. But his policy prescriptions have been wrong."and nothing-personal message was a departure from her 2008 comments questioning whether Obama had "anti-American" views. She has said she wishes she framed her criticism differently.