Nancy Pelosi wins.

Lots of very religious people were very unhappy about the gay rights decisions handed down yesterday.  Among them was Michele Bachmann:

“Marriage was created by the hand of God. No man, not even a Supreme Court, can undo what a holy God has instituted,” Bachmann said.

Now, I’m a guy who likes to keep things as concise as possible.  I know people don’t have all day to dedicate to reading my thoughts on an issue and I don’t want people to lose interest in what I say.  So in rebutting Bachmann I could say things like “Marriage was created by people claiming to speak for god, not god.” or “Actually, the SCOTUS has far more say about what marriage looks like in this country than the bible.  The current marriage laws are proof of that.”

And I’d be damn proud of myself for my brevity.  But Nancy Pelosi out did me.  In a press conference about the decisions Pelosi was asked what she thought of Bachmann’s quote and responded: “Who cares?”

Well-played.  It says that Bachmann’s statement was inane and that Bachmann herself is quickly diminishing in relevance, all in the space of two monosyllabic words.

  • Baby_Raptor

    Can we “who cares?” her out of relevance? The country would be better for it.

  • sparkyb

    Reminds me of The Daily Show’s segment last week, “Wait a Second, We Can Just Ignore Her.” That one was about Sarah Palin, but I the advice holds equally well for Bachmann, especially now that she’s retiring.–fox

  • carrie

    Wow! That is awesome!

  • Mr. K

    Pelosi wins. Flawless Victory…


  • Machintelligence

    If God doesn’t like it, what does He intend to do about it? Being omnipotent and all, it should be no problem.

  • John H

    Yes, this was great. :-)