Zach F Wrote: Source
Michele Bachmann is not running for another term. She says: "the law limits anyone from serving as president of the United States for more than 8 years ... in my opinion, well, 8 years is also long enough for an individual to serve as a representative for a specific congressional district."
Personally, I'm glad that she is stepping down. And even though she is denying it, I feel that her choice is more influenced more by the investigations of the FBI, FEC, and Office of Congressional Ethics more than how many years she has been in office. I'm not familiar enough with Minnesota politics to know if she would be favored in the next election or not, so I'm not sure if that is an influence.
What do you guys think? Is she stepping down because she truly feels she has served long enough, she feels she can't win, or there is too much pressure from the massive investigations into her previous campaigns?