Republicans Adrift 

A boatload of GOP mourners tries to come to terms with the new electoral math.

On November 11th, a mere five days after the presidential election, the cruise ship Nieuw Amsterdam pushed off from Fort Lauderdale for a Caribbean jaunt. Aboard were nearly 600 emotionally tattered Republicans, most of whom had been expecting a Republican victory of…

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