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It's true. Republican Rep. Ron Paul of Texas, who's injected his Libertarian leanings into the GOP presidential nomination battle, and his freshman Senator son Rand Paul of Kentucky are no longer sharing a home in the Washington, D.C., area.

Everybody, it seems, has daddy issues, although the younger Paul says traffic was the prime reason he moved into his own place on Capitol Hill.

Having lived almost 20 years in the nation's capital and the Maryland suburbs, I can agree with the Pauls about the area's infuriating road congestion if not most of their political positions.

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