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United, to a point

Republicans express deep dissatisfaction with the political system and President Obama's policies, and are particularly eager to have their leaders fight health-care reform. But for each point of potential party unity, there is an internal schism to overcome first.


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A party both united and divided
Article | The Republican rank and file is largely in sync with GOP lawmakers in their staunch opposition to efforts by President Obama and Democrats to enact major health-care legislation, but a new Washington Post poll also reveals deep dissatisfaction among GOP voters with the party's leadership as well ...

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