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The Republican Party Is Stuffed Full of 'Frauds,' a Republican Argues

Nothing they do is ideologically consistent anymore, according to conservative consultant Liz Mair in an epic Twitter rant.

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Reince Prebius and John Boehmer at the podium of the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida(Ralf-Finn Hestoft)

Republicans these days are riven by internal differences. That's partly because legislators recognize what's in their party's collective interest but won't, for individual reasons, take steps to make it reality. But it's also because of legitimate inconsistencies in the GOP's values. Republican communications consultant Liz Mair lashed out at the problem in a thoughtful Twitter essay Friday. The whole thing is worth a read.

 

 
 

Mair's "fourth" tweet seems to have been deleted. Update: looks like I may have just missed it the first time. Here it is.

 
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