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America Is Two Countries, Not on Speaking Terms

Dave3678 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 12:36 PM
What do we do now? All we hear about is bipartisanship, which is a fine idea, but to what end? Bipartisanship for the sake of being bipartisan? For over 100 years, we have been compromising with liberals - they want a $50M program, we "compromise" on a $25M program - still a step in the wrong direction. All this compromising has led us to being Greece. Now that the tea party has figured out that we need to start "compromising" in the other direction, we have a president who is totally against compromise of any kind. So, yes, I agree with Mr. Barone. The Two Americas can't talk to each other now. So, what do we do?
Jack2894 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 1:00 PM
First, commit yourself to accepting reality. Tell the young earthers, birthers, climate change deniers, and the rest to face up to reality.

Second, stop embracing the racism so prevalent in your movement.
miketurnerusa Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 3:39 PM
How bout it repubs? If the issue is money, These two suggestions would go a long way to making you all seem more reasonable. Otherwise, you appear as Trump type derps.

You know who won the election (or whether we face another Florida 2000), and as I write I don't.

But whether Barack Obama is re-elected to a second term or Mitt Romney is elected the 45th president, the contours of their support during this fiercely fought campaign show that we live in Two Americas.

The culturally cohesive America of the 1950s that some of us remember, usually glossing over racial segregation and the civil rights movement, is no longer with us and hasn't been for some time.

That was an America of universal media, in which everyone watched one of three...