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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Vicki Miller
In a town known for partisan bickering and political infighting, the Washington Redskins long have been one of the few things that could unify forces as powerfully opposed as Republicans and Democrats.
"My aunts and uncles bought three tickets when they moved here from Iowa," Ms. Miller said, her white-blonde hair and movie-star sunglasses offsetting her burgundy jersey. "It was the first thing they did. I feel very blessed to get to inherit them."
"My uncle wanted to do that, when it was like a 0-9 season, then they won the 10th game," Ms. Miller said.