Can we bridge the partisan divide?

The group Bipartisan Policy wants to bridge the partisan divide.

This is from the Bipartisan Policy Group About Statement:

Too often partisanship poisons our national dialogue. Unfortunately, respectful discourse across party lines has become the exception – not the norm.

To confront this challenge, the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) was formed to develop and promote solutions that would attract the public support and political momentum to achieve real progress. The BPC acts as an incubator for policy efforts that engage top political figures, advocates, academics and business leaders in the art of principled compromise. In addition to advancing specific proposals, the BPC also is broadcasting a different type of policy discourse that seeks to unite the constructive center in the pursuit of common goals.

Being at the point we are at, in this nation’s history, do you think it is possible to bridge the partisan divide, or do you think we have gone too far? Is the divide now to wide? Or is there hope?

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  1. I don’t want the partisan divide to be breached. As long as the progressive democrats are committed and energized by their un-American, anti-American ideology they need to be forcefully opposed.

    Until such time as democrats return to allegiance to the original meaning of the Declaration and Constitution they need to be regarded as what they are: subversives, working to establish a socialist state.

  2. Bridge? The GOP LOSERship knows how to build a bridge?

    Excuse me — the GOP establishment can’t articulate their way out of a wet paper bag on anything requiring a clear concise consistent message. When the GOP dinosaurs become extinct, perhaps then something can happen.

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