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Bachmann calls use of child to deliver political message "reprehensible"

Michele Bachmann says the eight-year-old boy who told her at a book signing that his mom was gay but didn't need fixing was obviously put up to it. Bachmann tells CNN she'd never use one of her children that way.
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Michele Bachmann says the eight-year-old boy who told her at a book signing that his mom was gay but didn't need fixing was obviously put up to it. Bachmann tells CNN she'd never use one of her children that way.

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