Pence no genius
In the Wall Street Journal (thank you to Hepp for the link to the article):
[Pence] tried to enter the Indiana University School of Law, but scored far too low on the admission test. So he spent the next two years traveling to what seemed like every town in the state as an admissions representative for Hanover–gaining a great education about Indiana, he said.
The next whirl at the LSAT placed him in the 84th percentile, and Pence graduated in 1986 with a solid B average. It was tough.
“No one I know likes law school. It was a bad experience. I wouldn’t wish it on a dog I didn’t like,” he laughed.
I liked law school. Pence doesn’t know any smart law school graduates.
Oh well, I guess he just has to be smart enough to not make any gaffes through November 8th, then he can attend funerals while Donald Trump runs things. Let’s hope he’s up to it.