Well, maybe Althouse deserves her own special award for reliable loopiness. Here's her latest on Clinton's cackle:

"I think it was her strategy to make us talk about that instead of substantive problems she has. It's a distraction. She's deliberately laughing in a way designed to derail us from going in a direction that would hurt her. (So was the cleavage.)"

She's devious, but not that devious. And it hurt her. Which is why we will never hear it again.

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