Michele Bachmann won't answer about Marcus Bachmann's clinic [VIDEO]
|Her business is none of your business.|
Bachmann's fear over Obama's connection to Ayers led to one of her most iconic moments, when she told Chris Matthews on MSNBC's "Hardball," when she talked about Reverend Jeramiah Wright and Ayers at length, before finally saying she was "very concerned [Obama] might have anti-American views."
Now that it's Michele's turn to answer questions about people she's associated with -- say, someone she's been married to for 32 years and has five kids with -- Bachmann is refusing to answer any questions about Marcus Bachmann's "ungay" clinic.
Twice, Bachmann has faced point-blank questions about Bachmann & Associates, the place where young gays can go to pray the gay away. And twice, Bachmann has unflinchingly dodged the question.
First, just after ABC News "Nightline" covered Bachamnn & Associates, Bachmann went on a local ABC News affiliate in Iowa, her own beloved home state.
Right out of the gate, the local news anchor asked about the clinic, and Bachmann didn't even acknowledge the question.
"Well," Bachmann said, "I'm running for President of the United States, and I'm hear today to talk about job creation, and also, the fact that we do have a business that deals with job creation. We're very proud of the business that we've created."