Michele Bachmann on Fox News with Laura Ingraham

Two conservative women talking about politics.

And here they are at a rally in DC together.

Women: this is what you do in order to attract men.

And fire guns. Men like guns.

Movies for women to learn about men

By the way, I have been making up a list of movies for a young lady I really like.

Here’s what I have so far:

  • Rules of Engagement (Samuel L. Jackson)
  • Bella
  • Henry V (Kenneth Brannagh)
  • The Lives of Others
  • United 93
  • Taken (Liam Neeson)
  • Cinderella Man
  • The Blind Side
  • Cyrano de Bergerac (Gerard Depardieu)
  • Amazing Grace (Ioan Gruffudd)
  • Gettysburg
  • We Were Soldiers
  • Stand and Deliver
  • Blackhawk Down
  • The Pursuit of Happyness
  • High Noon

She is sort of learning more about what men are supposed to be like and how to take care of them. You know what… lately, I have been thinking of what it is like when a woman really understands a man and supports him in being a good man. It really is a wonderful thing.

4 thoughts on “Michele Bachmann on Fox News with Laura Ingraham”

  1. Add to the list:

    -Glory
    -Band of Brothers (mini-series—not a big fan of the politics of Spielberg and Hanks, but I think they did a great job with this series-more importantly, if you get a DVD series that has the interviews with the actual soldiers, even beter)
    -Twelve Angry men (when all others were ready to take the easy way out, one man held fast to finding the truth–courage of a different sort)
    -To Kill a Mockingbird (Gregory Peck’s portrayal of Atticus Finch projected quiet manliness and courage)
    Balls of Fury (just kidding)

    I haven’t seen Bella, but from what I’ve heard, it also gives her an idea of what you think is important in a woman’s character. I think recommending movies is a good way to suggest to another something about one’s personality and beliefs. Cool idea.

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  2. I’d add these movies on top of Marshall Art’s

    A Bridge Too Far
    The Bridges at Toko-Ri
    Casablanca
    The Count of Monte Cristo
    Enchanted
    Ever After
    Fate is the Hunter
    The Four Feathers
    High Noon
    The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Charles Laughton)
    The Incredibles
    Island in the Sky
    Les Miserables (Liam Neeson)
    The Longest Day
    Master and Commander
    Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    The Princess Bride
    Quigley Down Under
    The Rocketeer
    Second Hand Lions
    Strategic Air Command
    Timeline
    Time Changer
    Twelve O’Clock High

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    1. I’ll add High Noon to the list.

      For The Count of Monte Cristo, the book is much better, although it is a good movie. The movie just doesn’t do it justice – everything happens too fast. But it’s one of my favorite books.

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