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Republicans Have a Problem. So What?

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Somewhere between 75 and 89 percent of registered voters disagree with the core Republican principles.  Nonetheless, the most extreme wing of the GOP is driving the Party.  That's the Republican "problem.'

 It's a problem for all Americans because it signifies that a tiny minority is having disproportionate influence on our political process.

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Bob Burnett is a Berkeley writer. In a previous life he was one of the executive founders of Cisco Systems.

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