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Michele Bachmann

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I have prescription medication that I take whenever symptoms arise and they keep the migraines under control. I'd like to be abundantly clear: My ability to function effectively will not affect my ability to serve as commander-in-chief.
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Loffman, Matt (19 July 2011), "Bachmann says her migraines are controllable", First Read (MSNBC), retrieved on 2011-09-05 
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responding to allegations in Strong, Jonathan (18 July 2011), "Stress-related condition "incapacitates" Bachmann; heavy pill use alleged", Daily Caller, retrieved on 2011-09-05 

 
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