Political Junkie looks at a complex dispute

Ken Rudin
Ken Rudin, former political editor for NPR News
Courtesy Doby Photography/NPR

The political fight brewing in Washington today bleeds outside the usual party lines. Supporters and opponents of President Obama's proposed intervention in Syria come from the ranks of both parties. In this dispute, liberals and conservatives find themselves on the same side, if only temporarily.

Ken Rudin, outgoing political editor for NPR, joins The Daily Circuit for his usual survey of the political landscape in a week when the stakes are unusually high.

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