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By Steve King
Topic - Colin Dueck
He said the way the poll question was framed forced people to choose between one activist option and another sensible option about curtailing involvement but still maintaining alliances.
'I demand the end of NATO. I demand the end of alliances with Japan and South Korea,' " Mr. Dueck said. "I actually think that the Paul position maxes out at 20 percent among Republicans."