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Tennessee Democrats are "orphans." And they ain't seen nothing yet.

Hey, Tennessee Democrats, how does it feel to be an orphan? That's a term that describes a minority party in a state that is overwhelmingly controlled by the opposite party. In New York, for example, Republicans are the orphan party, with little…

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