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The Ultimate Treachery

I’m at a loss for words; I’m really not sure what to think of this. What word would you use to describe someone from party A asking members of party B to vote down a member of party A for supporting a fundamental view of party A? Politico’s Maggie Haberman is reporting that the leadership-affiliated Young Guns Network has sent out mailers asking Democrats to vote for Dick Lugar (not exactly a young gun) in the Indiana Republican primary against Richard Mourdock on May 8.
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