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Bachmann on Limbaugh flap: vitriol comes from the left, too

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann says she's been on the receiving end of vitriol from left-leaning commentators. But, she says, it never generates the kind of outrage that's being directed at conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh over his remarks about a female law student.
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Congresswoman Michele Bachmann says she's been on the receiving end of vitriol from left-leaning commentators. But, she says, it never generates the kind of outrage that's being directed at conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh over his remarks about a female law student.

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