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Ladies and gentlemen, here's my latest project: "The World's Worst Coffeehouse". It's a compilation of the worst coffeehouses in different parts of the world. Enjoy!

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What is the worst coffeehouse in the world?

This question, like all of the others, is a subject of much debate and debate, but there are a couple of basic principles at work.

The first is simply that there is no one perfect coffeehouse; and that is one thing that is undeniably true. But it is also true that coffeehouses have their own distinct styles, their own personality, and their own specialities. They're a bit like hotels: some are nice, some are bad, and some are good but not great. But as long as they are all different and interesting, people will always go there.

The second principle of coffeehouse reputation is that the more you see of a coffeehouse, the better off you will be at the coffeehouse. If there are no terrible coffeehouses around you will be far better off to go somewhere else, where people will be very happy with the coffee, or at least more happy than you will be. But if there are great coffeehouses, you'll be better off.

The last time a Republican was president of the United States, in 2007, I was the only one in the Republican Party who still believed that Barack Obama was the real man. After four years of George W. Bush, I was not even thinking about Mitt Romney.

The country has changed a lot in the eight years since I last spoke to you, which I was lucky enough to be a part of. My fellow Republicans, though, have moved rightward as fast as they could move leftward. The Republican establishment has been more or less the same as it was eight years ago, and it was easy to predict that the Republican Party would not change. That was then, this is now.

So, where are we? We are a deeply divided nation, divided by ideology and by economic issues. In fact, a whole section of the country believes that Mitt Romney is the man for the job. They believe, as I believe, that we need a President who will do what is necessary to get the economy growing again. But they also believe that Barack Obama is not the man to do that. They believe that Obama doesn't want to get America working again, and they believe that Obama is a socialist. That makes Mitt Romney the man who should win the election.

I do not know whether or not we are the country that the Founding Fathers had in mind when they crafted the American system of government.