What are the 10 ways that the Democratic and Republican parties will evolve and metamorph,
if at all,within the next 50-100 years?
It is my understanding that dualism will fall by the wayside by then. Grace, why is it you often ask for the 10 things of this and the 10 things of that? Why 10? And why THE 10? It's as if you already have your answer and don't really care what others say. You're just waiting for an opportunity to prove your intellectual dominance. That's not really asking questions is it?
10 is my favorite number. It is the number of completion. I love to ask questions that make people think. I love to hear others' opinions on the subject at hand.
Good answer Josh!
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