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"It’s hard to imagine a time when a political party has been so willfully dysfunctional. The Republican Congress of the last decade has been profoundly uninterested in what might be generously called “governing.” Instead, they impulsively chase every passing ball into the street, oblivious to danger. Unsurprisingly, it’s coming back to haunt them. Even Republican voters seem disturbed with how little the GOP manages to get done in Washington. For reasons that may seem obvious but somehow confound Republicans, taxpayers aren’t thrilled when they hear stories like this one from a former Benghazi committee staffer-turned-whistleblower:"