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P, P & E

I often have unusual (if you weren’t being polite, you might say weird) thoughts. The other day I recalled a conversation I had subsequent to the 2012 Obama campaign with a young volunteer who I had tremendous respect for. That was the catalyst that got me thinking. If, as I hope, you’ll suffer through my thoughts for a bit  you will read on.

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I just added You’re Fired: The Perfect Guide to Beating Donald Trump by: Paul Begala to the Recommended Reading List.  This is far from just another Trump bashing book.  I suggest you read it (like conservative Rick Wilson’s books) from the agnostic science of political science viewpoint.

While I certainly recommend that you read it before the 2020 election it will have value long after it.