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Bachmann's former campaign chief says she won't make it past Iowa

Ed Rollins tells MSNBC that Michele Bachmann doesn't have the "ability or the resources" to make it past Iowa in the presidential race.
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Ed Rollins, in an interview with MSNBC (above), says Michele Bachmann doesn't have the "ability or the resources" to make it past Iowa in the presidential race.

Rollins stepped down as Bachmann's head campaign advisor earlier this month.

Former Republican Congressman Vin Weber says the next 90 days will determine the race's outcome, but Eric Black at MinnPost says he doesn't necessarily agree.

Minnesota Public Radio on Monday delved into the brouhaha over Bachmann's suggestion that the HPV vaccine can cause mental retardation. Midmorning asks what are the real issues behind the controversy?

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