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Bachmann Promises 'No Teleprompters' in White House if Elected

Win McNamee/Getty Images(ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa) -- At a campaign stop in Iowa, Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., mocked President Obama's reliance on teleprompters.

"I forgot something, I just feel sick about it," she told supporters. "I forgot my teleprompters."

Bachmann promised the crowd there would be "no teleprompters in the Bachmann White House." She also pointed out that there are no "czars" on her campaign bus. The president appointed four "czars" to the White House, handling health care, climate change, the auto industry and urban affairs.

The Minnesota congresswoman also riffed on Obama's 2008 campaign, telling the crowd people are ready for "real hope and real change."

Bachmann is campaigning heavily in Iowa ahead of the Ames Straw Poll on Saturday.

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