On Wednesday, Mr. Pawlenty moved closer to turning Congresswoman Bachmann’s health into political fodder. When asked about Bachmann’s problem, he asserted first that he didn’t know enough about her particular situation to comment and that he would defer to medical professionals. But then he kept going: “Setting all that aside, all of the candidates, I think, are going to have to be able to demonstrate they can do all of the job all of the time," Pawlenty told reporters, according to news reports.
"There's no real time off in that job,” he said.
Until Pawlenty’s comment Wednesday afternoon, Bachmann’s challengers for the Republican nomination had played it safe. When asked by reporters about Bachmann’s health Wednesday in Los Angeles, Mr. Romney dismissed it as a nonissue.
"There is no question in my mind that Michele Bachmann's health is in no way an impediment to her being able to serve as president," Romney said.The full story is HERE.
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