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An opinion article on The Grio criticizes Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann and her recent erroneous comments regarding slavery and the nation’s founding fathers.

An Excerpt Reads:

Her latest gaffe came in the process of trying to clean up another gaffe. Appearing with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Bachmann continued to support her claim that the founding fathers “tirelessly to end slavery”and justified this by using John Quincy Adams, who was 9 years old at the time of the Revolutionary War, as an example.

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