Marcus Bachmann, husband of GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, is on GQ magazine's list of the 25 least influential people alive. Bachmann couldn't even convince gay activists who bailed on an appointment to his so-called ex-gay clinic to hand over a $150 cancellation fee. But GQ says it's the larger problem that puts him on the list.
"Bachmann makes this list because the entire area of 'reparative therapy' is fundamentally absent of influence, since making a gay person not gay isn't possible," GQ wrote.
The folks at Truth Wins Out -- which Bachmann had threatened with a collection agency -- would agree. They refused to pay, explaining that Bachmann's services are a fraud.
Others on the GQ list include Tila Tequila, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and failed end-of-the-world predictor Harold Camping.