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Visionary America

Bill Bennett (unknowingly) responds to my post from Monday about the cultural implications of this election at National Review Online. I think my analysis was surprisingly correct, and the majority of Americans and swing voters are more of the visionary type than the "me-first" voter. Now begins the conversation about what ideals America stands for, culturally and on the foreign policy level.


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