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October 06, 2004

Doesn't shock her

Ann Althouse on the VP debate: "Cheney tries to shock us with the fact that a doctor in Wyoming must pay $100,000 a year for malpractice insurance. Somehow, I don't find that number shocking."

Yes, now that you mention it, Ms. Althouse is a law professor. How did you guess?

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