Bachmann: Obama will be a one term president

Michele Bachmann in Columbia Thursday / Fraendy Clervaud

COLUMBIA (WACH, AP) -- Congresswoman Michele Bachmann TMs presidential three day bus tour across the Palmetto State making a stop in Columbia Thursday afternoon.

Bachmann speaking to a crowd of nearly 80 people at Dupre Catering & Events.

During the rally Bachmann talked about President Barack Obama being a one term president because of his performance with the economy.

Bachmann vowing to repeal President Obama TMs Affordcare Care Act.

Obamacare is a down payment and fundamental building block for socialized medicine, says Bachmann.

The Congresswoman saying she fought against the $700 billion bailout for Wall Street because she believes in putting principal over party.

Bachmann continues her tour across the Palmetto State with a stop in Florence this afternoon.

The stops are part of a bus tour the Minnesota Republican launched Tuesday with stops in Spartanburg and Greenville.

She'll wrap up the swing through the state Friday with stops in Myrtle Beach and Charleston.

Bachmann is trying to build support in key early primary South Carolina after winning an early test of her campaign organization in an Iowa straw poll last weekend.

She's not alone in campaigning in South Carolina this week. Texas Gov. Rick Perry will campaign here Friday and Saturday.

Do you agree with Bachmann's statement that President Obama will not win reelection?