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All Hail the Death of Bipartisans

Pat164 Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 7:29 AM
"Both of those centrist elements have often led the country to believe that limited government meant accepting half the social and economic agenda that more radical Democrats propose." This is the Overton Window method of politics, which stealth Marxism has used to bring this country, slowly to Socialism.
8411c Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 7:50 AM
We don't have to, and we shouldn't, accept bad ideas. But too many times I've seen RINOs like John McCain "reach across the aisle" in the interest of "bipartisanship." BS--this is what I mean when I say the term, the label, "bipartisan" has been smeared by the Progressives (Democrats) and their secret comrades (RINOs).

We need conservatives, we need problem solvers, who can recognize a good idea and implement it, no matter if they happen to like the person proposing it or not.

God, if all this country would wake up one morning with the ability to think objectively, to rise above emotions like hate, and seize the good ideas to save America and discard the bad, I would be eternally grateful, and so would the generations to follow.

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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