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In this April 8 photo, a Syrian refugee girl washes dishes in front of her family tent in an unofficial refugee camp on the outskirts of Amman, Jordan. Some residents, frustrated with Zaatari, the region's largest camp for Syrian refugees, set up new, informal camps on open lands, to escape tensions and get closer to possible job opportunities.(AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
WASHINGTON: For those of us with a certain political bent and background, this is the most depressing moment of all. The best of the GOP — Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan, the intellectually serious reformicons who have called attention to issues of poverty and the need for Republican outreach — are bending their knee to the worst nominee in their party’s history. Ryan drags himself slowly. Rubio eventually went with a quick Band-Aid pull. But the largest political choice each man has made this year will be one of the worst mistakes of their careers.