Sometimes you can learn a lot from nature. Take a recent story from Duluth, Minnesota.

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Two Eagles were so fiercely entangled in an air battle, that they crash-landed in the Duluth Airport. Apparently their talons were so tightly inter-twined with neither eagle willing to give an inch, that they crash landed, still inter-locked together, rather than save themselves from the harsh landing. Both, luckily will survive the crash.

You can see pictures of the two eagles locked together by clicking HERE.

If you use this story as a backdrop for NJ politics, doesn't it sound eerily familiar? Two politicians on different sides of the fence, locked in battle and rather than same themselves or their constituents, stay locked in, unwilling to let go and come crashing to the ground in a heap.