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Chris Wallace of Fox News said what is most interesting is not the divide between Democrats and Republicans, but the divide within the Republican Party. Wallace then referenced the public argument between Texas radical right-winger Ted Cruz and Tennessee radical right-winger Bob Corker.

Corker spoke for most of the Senate right-wing Republicans when he chastised Cruz for pulling a political stunt with his fake filibuster, Corker accusing Cruz of only trying to raise money and win political points.

As arrogant and ambitious right-wingers like Ted Cruz curry favor with the tea party base and raise money from the base and from the extreme right-wing thieves who give the money like the Koch brothers and Rove’s people, some of the Republican seniors try to prepare for the 2014 Congressional elections.

As Fox commentator Brit Hume said it seems as though politics in the radical right-wing Republican Party have de-coupled running for the nomination from running for the general election.

Ain’t it fun when the bad guys get in a knife fight with each? May the backstabbing continue.

As those who would be leaders of the right-wing Republican Party play to the right-wing plutocrats and the the delusional tea partiers, their party looks more and more anti-American and completely out of touch with American reality.

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