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Bachmann brings evangelical message and style to Liberty University

Thousands of Christian students at the Virginia college had standing ovations and amens for the Republican hopeful. Bachmann quoted scripture and appealed to students to reject President Obama's policies, especially health-care reform.
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Thousands of Christian students at the Virginia college had standing ovations and amens for the Republican hopeful. Bachmann quoted scripture and appealed to students to reject President Obama's policies, especially health-care reform.

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