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In a Representative Democracy, You Don’t Give Up



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You fight. Just in the last minute, Tom Price’s office said that to me. And Bill Kristol wrote it, reminding that:

Pyrrhus’s victory became Pyrrhic because the victorious party lost many of its supporters — but also because the opposition didn’t abate in courage, was able to gain new recruits, and had the force and resolution to go on.

It’s understandable to be disappointed and dismayed, but really, they’ve had the numbers, this should have happened long ago. But people are not happy about what’s happening, and they should have something to say about what’s transpiring as they try to live their lives.



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