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George Will Column Contains Many Noteworthy Observations About Relative Strength of Republican and Democratic Parties

This George Will column is a virtual encyclopedia about the relative strength of the Democratic and Republican Parties at this point in U.S. history. The column has no thesis or recommendation; it is just a fascinating compendium of important facts. One of the most interesting points in the column is the observation that ever since 1860, the only two Democratic presidents succeeded in office by another Democratic president have been Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy. Yet there have been eleven Republican presidents succeeded by another Republican president.

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  1. Demo Rep

    Quite meaningless — due to the EVIL ANTI-Democracy Electoral College math.

    How many UN-declared WARS by the Prez MONSTERS ???
    How much national debt added by the Pres MONSTERS – esp. since 1929 ???
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    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

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