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Howard Stern calls Michele Bachmann the worst person on the planet

The Sirius satellite radio host launched into a rant defending gay rights that included a reference to the Rolling Stone article about teen suicides in the Anoka-Hennepin school district. Stern says the Minnesota Congresswoman and Rick Santorum "are the two worst people on the planet."
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The Sirius Satellite Radio host issued the rebuke against the Minnesota congresswoman while defending gay rights. His discussion centered on a recent Rolling Stone article about teen suicides in the Anoka-Hennepin school district. He says Bachmann and presidential candidate Rick Santorum "are the two worst people on the planet" partly because of their stance against gays. He equates their rhetoric to Adolf Hitler's bigotry.

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