House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday responded to comments from Congresswoman Michele Bachmann criticizing the Supreme Court's rulings on gay marriage.

Bachmann, a Republican from Minnesota, had led an effort in the Minnesota Senate to approve a constitutional amendment limiting marriage to heterosexual unions. Last year, voters rejected such an amendment, and lawmakers this year approved a marriage law.

“Marriage was created by the hand of God,” Bachmann said in a statement. “No man, not even a Supreme Court, can undo what a holy God has instituted.”

“For thousands of years of recorded human history, no society has defended the legal standard of marriage as anything other than between man and woman. Only since 2000 have we seen a redefinition of this foundational unit of society in various nations. Today, the U.S. Supreme Court decided to join the trend, despite the clear will of the people's representatives through DOMA.”

“What the court has done will undermine the best interests of children and the best interests of the United States,” she concluded.

When asked for a response to Bachmann's statement during a press conference, Pelosi simply answered: “Who cares?”