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November 30, 2015 / 18 Kislev, 5776
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A House Divided: the GOP Dialogue Continues

We are in uncharted territory today. The answers for the GOP going forward may not be found in the events of the past.
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We are in uncharted territory today.  The answers for the GOP going forward may not be found in the events of the past.  That’s because the same is true for the nation.  If we look to the past – anyone’s past – all we see is a prospect of ruination and despair, from the starting point we occupy in October 2013.  And that is unacceptable.  So this dialogue in a house divided will continue.  The one thing that will guarantee destruction is not fighting it – which is why I admire and support Ted Cruz, even though his stand in the Senate at the end of September was a losing proposition.  He fights.

About the Author: J.E. Dyer is a retired US Naval intelligence officer who served around the world, afloat and ashore, from 1983 to 2004.

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