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Syria Vote Poses Test For GOP's Conflicting Visions

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COLUMBIA, SC - JUNE 28: Senator Rand Paul speaks to supporters during a Republican Party BBQ on June 28, 2013 in Columbia, South Carolina. Paul is attending fundraisers and meetings with local tea party groups. (Photo by Richard Ellis/Getty Images) | Getty

Last Thursday, about 30 hours before President Barack Obama abruptly changed his mind about seeking congressional approval to bomb Syria, I asked Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) about how the whole Wacko Birds vs. Angry Birds conflict within the GOP was playing out in Washington.

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