Facing this unprecedented challenge, the DPP perhaps needs to forget about its nemesis for two years, take a look at itself in the mirror and think about what has brought the party this far since Sept. 28, 1986. It needs to learn to fight a war without its enemy weighing on its mind the whole time.
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