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Primary Conundrums

Some things got better, some did not, and some don’t even make logical sense.

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I’m anxious to weed out the Democratic primary field. I know it’ll start to happen in the next six months or so, but for the first time in the decades I’ve been watching, I’m truly sick of the debates. It’s important it is to get the viewpoints and ideas of each candidate on record, but this time it just feels tedious. It’s different now, for two main…




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