Bachmann Reminds Student That Gay Men Can Marry, As Long As They Marry Women – And She Should Know

From the first moment he burst onto the public stage with his jazzy hands, high-pitched feminine voice and sibilant s’es, Marcus Bachmann has registered at about an 11 on a scale of one to 10 on gaydars across the nation.

Marcus Bachmann
Marcus Bachmann
Adding fuel to rumors that he is closeted is the fact that he has made his living, in part, from one of the saddest rackets around: convincing gay Christians that they can be, or need to be, “cured.”

Here’s the rule, and you can take this to the bank: Heterosexuals who are secure about their own sexuality are not obsessed with homosexuality. People who are happily straight are apathetic about the mechanics of gay sex. They do not make it their life mission to suppress gay rights. They don’t spend every waking hour figuring out new ways to oppress gay people, and they never send their families out to picket funerals with signs that say, for example, “God Hates Fags.” And, especially, they don’t try to “cure” homosexuality with “pray away the gay” schemes like Bachmann’s.

Now, in the latest gaffe in her presidential campaign, Marcus’ wife, Michele, appears to have spilled the beans about their marriage. At a town hall in Waverly, Iowa, Rep. Bachmann was questioned about marriage equality by Jane Schmidt, a high school student:

JANE SCHMIDT: Then, why can’t same-sex couples get married?

BACHMANN: They can get married, but they abide by the same law as everyone else. They can marry a man if they’re a woman. Or they can marry a woman if they’re a man.

Hey, it worked for her, right?

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Marcus Bachmann Tries to Prove He is 100% Heterosexual

Marcus Bachmann soul-kisses a supporter in Iowa
Marcus Bachmann soul-kisses a supporter in Iowa

It seems Michele Bachmann’s husband Marcus has heard the speculation about his sexuality and is determined to prove that he is 100 percent heterosexual. Over the weekend in Iowa, first he elbowed and shoved Don Lemon, an openly gay CNN anchor. Now comes this photo showing him exchanging spit with a political supporter.

And speaking of the Bachmann’s oral fixations on display in Iowa this weekend, there’s this bizarre but hilarious, almost NSFW photo of his wife Michele enjoying a footlong hotdog.

Professional Homophobe Marcus Bachmann Accosts Openly Gay News Anchor

“As both CNN staffers tried to question Bachmann, Lemon said he was pushed by two members of Bachmann’s staff,” reports CNN. “Lemon also said that Marcus Bachmann, the congresswoman’s husband, pushed him.”

Marcus Bachman, the husband of GOP frontrunner Rep. Michele Bachmann, elbowed and pushed CNN anchor Don Lemon during a campaign event in Iowa on Saturday.

Marcus Bachmann has been at the center of a scandal that erupted last month after an undercover investigation revealed that his Christian psychology clinic provided so-called ex-gay “reparative therapy,” despite his assertions that it did not.

Lemon, the CNN anchor, is openly gay.

Video and a report from the The Advocate follow.