“You know, his reparative therapy clinic where he tries to de-gay people? For me, that was called high school, and it doesn’t work.” – Kathy Griffin

Huffington Post reports that in a new interview with People Magazine, Michele Bachmann will further prove she’s capable of being president of only some of the people.

In the Oct. 31 issue of People, the couple defended themselves against accusations of harboring an anti-gay bias. “There’s never been a bias,” Marcus Bachmann said. “I’m no better than anyone else,” Michele added.

People also talked to Michele Bachmann’s gay stepsister, Helen LaFave, who Bachmann said she loved. LaFave said, “Yes, we are family and love each other, but she seems to have a disconnect. Her statements and actions related to gay rights are very hurtful, whether she understands that or not.” Their once-close relationship reportedly strained over Bachmann’s anti-gay activism.

It’s truly remarkable that Mrs. Bachmann can sit in interviews talking about The Gays, while Marcus Bachmann says things like “there’s never been a bias,” without any sense of irony.

Michele Bachmann is already honorary president of the land of denial.

Someone needs to remind the Bachmanns that it is the 21st century. Being anti-gay is so 20th century.