Bipartisanship? What a crock

gwhunter69

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Bipartisanship? What a crock

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Posted: March 14, 2008
1:00 am Eastern

© 2008

When Barack Obama promises change for America, I graciously assume, for now, that he doesn't mean he will change America to conform to his apparently racist pastor's vision for this country, though that whole subject deserves far more scrutiny. But we should also seriously examine his promise to deliver a more harmonious climate.

It's not just Obama. A lot of Democrats have been pushing the idea of bipartisanship for years. One of the Democrats' earliest criticisms of President Bush was that he didn't reach across the aisle and extend a hand to Democrats.
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Wasn't shreeker of the house pelosi's first promise to be bi partisan in order to work together and the second was to clean house?
 

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bitter partisanship means they're not cooperating to steal from us. may it continue. the one thing we don't need is them teaming up. logjams are WINS.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (mitchshrader @ Mar 18 2008, 02:56 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
bitter partisanship means they're not cooperating to steal from us. may it continue. the one thing we don't need is them teaming up. logjams are WINS.[/b]
Well said, I couldn't agree more
 


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