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you're welcome to your opinion this week's GOP debate shows Republicans locked in a battle between intervention and more rain in foreign policy showing just how far the party had migrated since George W. bush as president , I mean I'm not quite in Washington and senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz spot each other aggressively over what America's role in the world should be we need to focus on American and Europe there are some like Rubio who want to see spreading American democracy and others like crucial tenet of those policies could be counterproductive and even dangerous , crew has argued that the Obama administration policies in the Middle East built around George W. bush's war in Iraq and Afghanistan had made America less secure and he argues that even taking down Bashar al Assad in Syria could make the world even less secure we topple Assad , the result will be isis will take over Syria Rubio on the other hand neighbors American power being used in a more aggressive re ordering a middle eastern country this is along the lines of what George W. bush Dan intermittently neo conservative policies that are still being pushed today by Gemplus three times he voted against the defense authorization act which is a bill that uncontrolled growth was not alone in taking Rubio compact Kentucky senator rand Paul who is the most isolationist in the Republican field would also making the case out of regime change you get chaos and during Tuesday's debate Donald Trump was more clearly aligned with Ted Cruz and wanting to pull back on American resource and in it we can respect that four trillion dollars in the , states to fix our roads our bridges that he can focus more on infrastructure within the United States overall Tuesday night debate was an indication that the Republican Party is moving further away from taking an aggressive interventionist stance on foreign policy