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Bachmann on accused Penn State abuser: 'I'd want to beat him to a pulp'

Michele Bachmann thinks her reaction toward the man charged with sexually abusing several boys is what any parent would feel if it happened to their child.
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Michele Bachmann thinks her reaction toward the man charged with sexually abusing several boys is what any parent would feel if it happened to their child.

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