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A tech-savvy Marine who made too much noise, helped save the lives of countless troops in Iraq, and paid with his career.
But for Jeff Flake, a three-term congressman from Arizona, the moment was an opportunity and a bittersweet vindication. He later told me that for years he had worried about the entrenched spoils system that DeLay epitomized, warning his colleagues: “We’ve got to change our ways, or this stuff is going to come back and bite… Read more »