U.S. Rep.  Michele Bachmann, R-Minnesota
U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minnesota, and a candidate for the Republican Party’s 2012 nomination for U.S. president blasted President Obama over poor job growth in the U.S. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes

It was creativity, then confidence, and now aggression in Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann's political attacks against President Barack Obama.

On Saturday, Bachmann in one instance said, she hoped to oust Obama from his current employment, become president herself -- and then help Obama find a job.

Bachmann also blasted Obamacare, saying it would cost American jobs and questioning if Obama was in his right mind for championing it, a CNN report said.

The comments were made by Bachmann while addressing an enthusiastic yet thinly populated Tea Party rally at the state capitol in Des Moines, Iowa.

Bachmann is known to have a unique appeal among her supporters.

Earlier Saturday she launched a bus tour through the first-in-the-nation caucus state.

Bachmann aimed at Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner -- and the president -- over the economy.

I want you to know, as president of the United States, I look forward to creating real jobs for both the Treasury secretary and the president of the United States, Bachmann said according to the report.

Later, she continued saying nation's health care law should be repealed.

She put a twist on that argument, mentioning figures that claim the law would bleed jobs on top of those already lost in the troubled economy.

She said, the president has cost this economy millions of jobs.

Who, with all due respect, in their right mind would propose a massive government takeover [of health care] that would cost thousands of jobs, she questioned.

The statements made my Bachmann out right in public are not without risk, its still not clear if these statements are a part of her strategy.

Its well known through various poll reports that while conservative voters do encourage outright talks, but at times it can turn off critical blocs of independent voters.

Bachmann is drawing quite a lot of attention stating such bold statements.

Last week, in South Carolina she had said And we think that there is a certain Hawaiian president who should go back to Hawaii!

At a recent conference of Internet-savvy conservatives in Minneapolis, Bachmann said The president promised the African-American community, he promised the Hispanic community that he would make their lives better. And that is what we want for every American, Bachmann said. This president isn't working. He's failing the Hispanic community. He is failing the African-American community. He's failing all of us.

Whatever the consequences, Bachmann sure is getting on to the nerves of President Obama.