Are there no limits to where leftwing media members will go to bash Republicans?
On Monday, the Huffington Post actually published a front page article with the headline, "Michele Bachmann Pours Water For Men At GOP Primary Forum In Iowa":
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) joined her rival GOP presidential candidates in Iowa for a forum on social issues over the weekend, taking a moment before the program began to pour water for the men on stage.
"I want to begin by thanking Representative Bachmann for taking care of the water for today's event," pollster Frank Luntz, the event's moderator, said as the congresswoman went around filling up glasses.
"I'm used to it, Frank," Bachmann responded. "I've poured a lot of water in my time."
The episode was only a brief moment at the beginning of a larger political discussion, but it could stand as a point of contention for those who believe that Bachmann is driven by a broader, somewhat controversial ideology concerning the role of women in society.
Bachmann has largely avoided addressing gender politics on the campaign trail, but she has drawn attention for her alleged view that wives should be "submissive" to their husbands.
Watch this charming video of what was described above to decide if you see this as evidence "Bachmann is driven by a broader, somewhat controversial ideology concerning the role of women in society":
Consider that the event was designed to somewhat replicate a Thanksgiving dinner.
Maybe with all the children the Congresswoman has, she's used to acting as hostess.
Is it that the folks at HuffPo have never met anyone with manners, or that they just prefer the Republican candidates going after each other like we've seen in previous debates?