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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Mike Maharrey
"That's one of my greatest frustrations with the political process, not just with Obama and Romney, but both sides of the political spectrum tend to kind of turn to the 10th Amendment when it's convenient," Mr. Maharrey said.
Mike Maharrey, of the Tenth Amendment Center, said this kind of fair-weather federalism illustrates an inconsistency running rampant in both major parties.