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Fear Nero. Our politics, if it is nothing else, is divided. Ironically, everybody is in agreement about the bitter polarity of our current government. Republicans all agree they can't stand Democratic policies and Democrats all agree they can't stand Republican policies. Mitch McConnell so subscribes to this that he openly refuses to govern - which is his job - and finds himself constitutionally (and yet unconstitutionally) unwilling to conduct hearings and fill the SCOTUS vacancy.
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