On Radio 4 the other day there was an interview with an Israeli and a Palestinian chef, both sides claim Hummus as their own.
Quote:On Radio 4 the other day there was an interview with an Israeli and a Palestinian chef, both sides claim Hummus as their own.
If this causes a war, they should be limited into only throwing Hummus at each other.
"We need to stop these terror cakes now, before they infiltrate any further."
ST. CLOUD, Minn., Nov 2 (Reuters) - U.S. Representative Michele Bachmann, known for controversial comments during her Republican presidential nomination bid, faces a tough congressional election challenge on Tuesday in a Minnesota district that should be friendly to conservatives.
The race in the sprawling Minnesota 6th Congressional District has been the nation's most expensive in both money raised and spent by Bachmann and Democratic challenger Jim Graves, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
The two candidates have raised a total of $22.7 million and spent $20.8, the center reported.
Bachmann, a champion of Tea Party backers of smaller government and conservative social issues such as opposition to abortion and gay rights, has outspent Graves by more than twelve-to-one in seeking election to a fourth term in Congress.
But her remarks, including an insistence on a link between an aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Muslim Brotherhood, have been denounced by some in her own party and may be wearing on voters, experts said.