LGBT Activist Has Child Approach Michelle Bachmann and Say "My Mommy Doesn't Need Fixing"

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Using kids as props to tug at emotional heart strings is nothing new. Case in point: An LGBT activist in South Carolina had her son approach Rep. Michelle Bachmann and say, "My mommy doesn't need fixing."

Via DallasVoice.com:

"An 8-year-old boy named Elijah approached Michelle Bachmann at a recent meet-and-greet event in South Carolina to promote her new book, Core of Conviction: My Story, to let her know that his mom was a lesbian and didn’t need to be cured or converted, Michelle was none too happy to be cornered that way."

Regardless of your stance on the issue, using kids like this doesn't look good for anyone involved- especially when the child is uncomfortable doing it.