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It's so laughably simple. The talk is all about where the Republicam party goes from here. The answer--one can rarely go wrong with Paris.

The middle class is shrinking. Where do Republicans think the next generation of GOP voters will come from as everyday people continue to see opportunity--to say nothing of the American dream--steadily slipping away? How prophetic that the Party of Lincoln should should have as a quote from its mentor, "You may fool all the people some of the time, you can even fool some of the people all of the time. But you cannot fool all of the people all of the time."

So it's so long, Republicans. The party's over. Take the GOP handle with you. . .that is, if you wouldn't mind. Unfortunately, the (G) doesn't stand for "grand." The (O) doesn't stand for "old" either, at least not as far as you're concerned. As for the (P)arties--and this is something that no one but a close family member would tell you--we grew tired of your always serving Ripple, even when you certainly could have afforded champagne.

And now. . .the plane is waiting. Please watch your step.


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