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05/18/2013 11:50 am ET | Updated May 18, 2013

How GOP Obstruction Will Ruin The Republican Party

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It’s obvious that the unprecedented Senate Republican obstruction of executive branch nominations is bad for the president; it’s bad for the smooth functioning of the government; and it’s bad for voters who elected a Democratic president and a solid, 55-seat Democratic majority in the Senate. I’ve argued, too, that it’s bad for the Senate.

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