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Do you think the Republican Party will die off in the future?


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^^^I think your point is well taken  I think we are suffering through a kind of future shock (remember the Tofflers) on cultural issues.  So a kind of war is developing between the rapid adapters and the entrenched traditionalists.


so this a response to me since it's hard to tell. No body notices my post anyway.

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^^^I think your point is well taken  I think we are suffering through a kind of future shock (remember the Tofflers) on cultural issues.  So a kind of war is developing between the rapid adapters and the entrenched traditionalists.


so this a response to me since it's hard to tell. No body notices my post anyway.

 

Well, I noticed your post, but then I guess I am a nobody.  Yes, it was a response to you.


The principles of justice define an appropriate path between dogmatism and intolerance on the one side, and a reductionism which regards religion and morality as mere preferences on the other.   - John Rawls





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