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PICTURES: What Could Derail Bachmann's Campaign?


Michelle Bachmann speaks at 2011 Faith and Freedom Conference.(Chet Susslin)

Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., signed off on a conservative pledge on Friday, a pledge that, among other things, calls on signatories to oppose the placement of female troops in combat situations and suggests that African-American families are worse off today than they were under slavery.

Here's a closer look at some of the details of the sweeping, conservative pledge, covering issues that might make Bachmann appealing in the Republican primary but could be an albatross around her neck in a general election.


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