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Ho hum -- another dynastic sham

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Submitted by Michael S (United States), Apr 18, 2015 at 09:00

If Israel were a major issue in 2016, perhaps the Republicans would win. I seriously doubt, though, that this will be the case. I'm even thinking of switching my affiliation from Republican to Democrat, so I can vote in more meaningful primaries at the state and local levels. The 2016 Presidential race seems pretty cut and dried. There's probably a 2:1 chance that one of the dynasties will get in (Clinton or Bush), and that Obama's foreign policy will continue with the new leaders.

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