I've been searching the internet all day for a video of Michele Bachmann telling a gathering of N.H. Tea Partiers
"You're the state where the shot was heard round the world in Lexington and Concord."
Uh, no, we aren't, Ms. Bachmann and it would be reassuring to know you know your history which you clearly don't.
Of course, this is a drop in the bucket of what she doesn't know. Chris Matthews addressed this issue in January:
I could include more examples but why make you wait for the fun? The video exists only on the site of our one affiliate in the state: WMUR. Enjoy! Matthews called Bachmann a "balloon head" on Tuesday for saying that the Founding Fathers "worked tirelessly to end slavery." He noted that, besides the fact that many of the founders owned slaves, and that slavery only ended nearly a hundred years after the founding of America, slavery was also protected in the Constitution via the three-fifths clause, which stated that slaves would be counted as three-fifths of all other people when it came to determining how many seats in Congress each state was due. HuffPost 1/28/11