Washington--Michele Bachmann came clean on the Migraine issues that caused a few pundits, people at Fair and Balanced News, to question her abilities as president.
"The Migraines aren't real. I started faking Migraines back in 1989, when I was working for the IRS.
"I actually started faking Migraines after I was talking to a coworker about how my husband wouldn't sleep with me. I told her about how he would only sleep with me about once a month. She told me to fake a headache. I don't think she was listening to me." Bachmann told The Spoof.
Ms. Bachmann did admit that confession might hurt her chances as president, but she thought it was important to put the issue to rest.
"I know there are women out their faking headaches, but I hope they learn from me and stop faking them, because they might hurt their chances for becoming president." Bachmann said.