Nancy Pelosi's response to Michele Bachmann's anti-gay marriage statement is the best ever [VIDEO]
Pelosi doesn't give a rip what Bachmann thinks anymore, if she ever did in the first place.
"Marriage was created by the hand of God. No man, not even a Supreme Court, can undo what a holy God has instituted," Bachmann, who isn't seeking another term in Congress and narrowly won reelection last year, wrote.
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"For thousands of years of recorded human history, no society has defended the legal standard of marriage as anything other than between man and woman. Only since 2000 have we seen a redefinition of this foundational unit of society in various nations," she continued. "Today, the U.S. Supreme Court decided to join the trend, despite the clear will of the people's representatives through DOMA."
"What the Court has done will undermine the best interest of children and the best interests of the United States," she concluded.
A short time later, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-California, was asked what she thought about Bachmann's statement. Here's what she said:
Check out the amazing video of Pelosi's reaction on the next page...
Watch Pelosi's epic dismissal of Bachmann's comments:
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Bachmann later came out and traced the ire towards her and her campaign to... you guessed it: Nancy Pelosi.
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All the way back in 2008, Pelosi still wasn't very fond of old crazy eyes and said Bachmann and others like her were "bankrupt in their ideas."
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