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05/13/2013

Rep. Bachmann reminds MN of overplayed hand that helped us get to victory

by Jeremy Hooper

It's a great for equality. Someone who built her local and then national profiles around the issue wants to remind you of her outsized role:

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Right, Congresswoman. You introduced it and then began saying homosexuality is "part of Satan I think" and comparing lawmakers who don't support marriage amendments to soldiers who missed Pearl Harbor's warning signs.

Thanks for the boost you unwittingly gave us. Truly.

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