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well one day he basically went into to his bathroom and went to take a pis* as he open the toilet and took don his pats he looked down and saw that his di*k was so small which made him so concerned about this issue

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Yes, Washington's concerns about political parties were valid for the future nation.

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Q: Evaluate the role of political parties in today's national scene. Were Washington's concerns valid for the future of the nation?
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