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a pink unicorn?
He imagines that the Democrats will agree to fundamental reform of entitlements, something they haven't done in, oh, I don't know, 60 years, but we imagine that they're going to, we imagine a pink unicorn.
What's the analogy of "a pink unicorn" here?
Your answer would be appreciated.
Re: a pink unicorn?
Unicorns don't really exist, but the ones that are imagined are white. So a pink unicorn is even more fanciful, more imaginary.
The point being that Democrats are not going to agree to reform entitlements.
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