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  1. Duane Oyen Member
    Duane Oyen
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    I’ve been hearing about the GOP being abandoned by the young for 50 years. In 1968, all kids were wacko lefties and panicked about Vietnam, then a bunch voted for Reagan.

    I think that this is a Disraeli situation.  If young get married, have kids, and have to earn a living and pay taxes, the GOP always gets its share.  The key is whether our side actually stops the green eyeshade bookkeeper fixation and considers the needs of real people.  It is not 1787 or 1924.

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