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2020 Vision

In less than a month, we will know who our President will be for the next four years (cough President Pantsuit cough cough). Way back in January, my post about the election stated simply: "Hillary Clinton will win the election if things more or less, kinda sorta stay the same. In other words, the status quo begets the status quo." In case you didn't notice, over the nine months since I did that post, things have sorta kinda stayed the same.
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