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President Obama is facing the reality that longtime allies are now looking out for their own survival, not taking one for the team.
Karl Rove's well-funded super PAC has been conspicuously quiet in 2013, raising questions about its influence in 2014.
Early reaction shows the president has a long way to go to win congressional approval for a military strike.
Republicans have the majority in their sights, but they haven't expanded the playing field.