Michele Bachmann called into radio to give her thoughts on where the GOP race is headed and why Santorum was able to pull off some upsets last night in the American Midwest.
"Well, I think actually what you saw was a reaction to what president Obama has done in the last week or so with this ruling on forcing religious universities and schools to offer contraceptives against their teachings and practices, and I think this was really what you might call the first social policy election because this has been so prominent in the news. People are very upset about this. This is something that I think Rick Santorum has talked about, and I think people are reacting, and this is really very bad news for president Obama because it shows he's not going to get away with Obamacare and when the president and the health and human services secretary made the decision to force religious organizations to deny their own religious beliefs in accordance with the government's will, that was too far and so this is a signal from the American people that they are not going to put up with Obamacare, and I think that's part of the reaction," she told Glenn.
Glenn has been focused a lot on the attacks that people of faith are experiencing at the hands of the federal government. Glenn wanted to get Bachmann's thoughts on the matter during the interview.
"Do you believe that Christians and Jews, people who are living their faith are prepared for the kind of full frontal assault on their faith and prepared to really truly stand through what I think you believe and I know I believe is coming?" Glenn asked her.
"I do believe it's coming. Are they prepared? I think that your show is a wonderful beacon to try and prepare people for that, but I think they aren't prepared with the threats particularly to the United States that we're seeing from our southern border, and part of what I'm very concerned about is the influence that Iran is having on our southern border," she said.
Glenn also asked Bachmann, who said she was not endorsing anyone at this time, if there was a candidate who she would be very scared to see win the Presidency in 2012.
"Is there anybody that is running that you say and you don't have to tell me a name God help us all if that person is elected?" he asked.
"Barack Obama," she said.