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重庆市爱德华割痔疮多少钱If you turn on any of the cable news channels, the odds are you will soon see a studio full of Republican analysts wringing their hands and discussing whether Donald Trump can be stopped. The answer, as the candidates convene on Michigan, is very likely not.Nobody I know really thinks Trump will lose the Michigan primary in five days, though the conventional, or establishment Republicans are talking about holding down his margin.Their last real hope of stopping him comes in twelve days. Beginning on March 15, most GOP state primaries switch to a winner-take-all system, rather than dividing delegates proportionally.They hope that Marco Rubio can win his home state of Florida and John Kasich his Ohio, denying Trump any delegates from those two big states, and hopefully preventing him from getting to the convention in Cleveland with a first ballot majority.Well, thats mathematically possible. But anytime you have a candidate who wins landslide primary victories in both Massachusetts and Alabama on the same night, you have a national phenomenon. There is also no candidate who offers countervailing universal appeal. But what many Republicans really fear, however, is not Trumps policies.They worry he will be defeated in a terrible landslide that will take hundreds of other Republicans in Congress and state legislatures with him. And that may be a legitimate fear. In fact, it happened before, with particularly devastating consequences for Republicans in Michigan. The year was 1964, and Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater was moving towards the Republican Presidential nomination.Goldwater was not as crassly vulgar as Trump. That was not an age when candidates made fun of their opponents appearances or had to be bleeped. But in other ways, the resemblance is uncannily familiar. Goldwater had policies that frightened people.He talked about selling off the Tennessee Valley Authority and making Social Security voluntary, something oddly echoed by Trumps proposal to replace Medicaid with block grants to the states. Trump talks about bombing ISIS into oblivion; Goldwater joked about lobbing a nuclear missile into the mens room at the Kremlin.Goldwater opposed the landmark Civil Rights Bill of 1964, saying it infringed personal freedoms. National Republican leaders reacted to all of that exactly as they are now. But all efforts to stop him were futile.Back then, Michigan governors still had to run every two years. George Romney, running for a second term, angered conservatives by refusing to endorse Goldwater. It was a smart move. Goldwater became the only presidential candidate in history to lose Michigan by more than a million votes. But more than 700,000 people split their tickets to reelect Romney.But otherwise, Michigan Republicans were devastated. They lost five seats in Congress. Democrats won enormous majorities in both houses of the legislature. Nationally, the picture was pretty much the same.Barry Goldwater lost by sixteen million votes. Democrats ended up with more than twice as many seats as Republicans in both houses of Congress, meaning President Lyndon Johnson could get pretty much anything he wanted, which is how Medicare and Medicaid and Head Start and many other programs came to be born. Republicans soon began to recover.But that election was a traumatic experience for the GOP. This year, there is increasing fear they may be about to repeat it.Jack Lessenberry is Michigan Radios political analyst. Views expressed in his essays are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Michigan Radio, its management or the station licensee, The University of Michigan.201603/429475 Cavalry scales passed down for generations from father to son, each the proud bearer of the heritage of his warrior ancestors.骑术在父传子下世代流传,每一位都继承骁勇祖先的精神。At a secret prayer site, Tsering Gyalpo, a native of these parts, makes his offering to his ancestors, and the divine.在札布让王宫的祈祷处和嘉波才让祭拜祖先及天地。This is my prayer…I will make offers again and again…and give thanks for the blessing and protection provided me.我诚心祈求,我将不断来此献祭,感谢天地祝福和保护我。My spirit offers eternal devotion.我的灵魂将奉献至永生。After the fall of the last Guge King, Tsaparang became an unpleasant place for its citizens.古格王朝最后一位国王战败后,札布让成为人民的痛苦之地。The Ladakhs had ministered the region for 50 years before being driven out by the Tibetans and their mongo allies.拉达克统治该区五十年之久之后被西藏与蒙古人联手击退。The mongos did not take well to the canyons and dry lands of western Tibet, they decided to relocate the capital to higher more open ground.蒙古人并不适应,西藏深邃的峡谷与那片藏西的干地,他们打算重新安置到,更高更广阔的地点。With that relocation of the capital of western Tibet, Guge arterially falls into ruins and decay which has continued to the very present day.由于首都从西藏的西部迁出,古格从此完全陷入没落与衰退,这种状况一直延续到如今。After the defeat and demise of Guges last king, the reigns of power were arranged to take a hoover by the spiritual leader of another Buddhist sect, the 5th Dalai Lama.古格王朝最后一位国王战败后,另一个佛教教派的精神领袖取得了权力,亦即达赖喇嘛五世。Ironically, the kings brother, the abbot who fought for a Buddhist state, had won the final battle after all.古格国王的胞弟赢得了最后胜利。The ancient kings of Guge had a vision of a land of Dharma of secret holiness which has left an indelible mark, not only on Tsaparang, but on all of Tibet.古格王朝的国王想要建立神圣的宗教净土因而留下不可抹灭的印记不单在札布让,也在整个西藏。Their gift of Buddhism remains strong and deeply ingrained in the memory of what was once a great kingdom—the kingdom of Guge.他们所遗留下来的佛教仍深植于古格王朝的后世记忆之中。 译文属201605/445169重庆什么医院治疗子宫肌瘤重庆做引产手术需要多少钱



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