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All Hail the Death of Bipartisans

Joycey Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 3:52 PM
Ericynot--- You are missing the point entirely. Let me be clearer. You have a choice between Scotch and turpentine one is allowable to drink the other is deadly. Hegel says a consensus must be reached. And truth does not exist. So you must pore a little turpentine into your Scotch before you drink it. The Bipartisans held hands across the aisle and drank. What happened? Besides Chocolate cake is always good. What is wrong with you?

The presidential playbook generally calls for a successful candidate to swing to the middle when they are running unopposed for their party’s nomination.

But as we enter perhaps the final three months of the Obama administration, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for anyone to make an appeal to the center, if indeed a center even exists in American politics anymore.

Obama has destroyed the political center in this country, and for that we can be thankful. 

Because Obama’s policies have exposed the basic problem with the bipartisan approach favored by establishment Republicans and so-called Blue Dog Democrats.

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