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Peter Suderman tries to imagine the Republican party of tomorrow:

The time is obviously not right for this.  But five years down the road, or ten, if the GOP is still struggling and business has largely left them anyway, why wouldn’t they abandon their corporate wing and try something crazy?

Or they could try something just as crazy called limited government conservatism. But first: get your head straight.

(Hat tip: Ross)

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