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Bipartisanship Is Another Word for Ignoring the Base

Here’s how the Opposition Media’s beloved “bipartisan cooperation” works among the residents of Incumbentstan here in Washington, DC. Republicans join leftists to proudly pass a “prison reform” bill that is of absolutely no importance to the conservative base that keeps Washington country club conservatives in office. But all passage of “prison reform” really proves is Curator of the Senate Mitch ...

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Congress Says THIS Time We Really Mean It!

There’s a bill being lovingly preserved by Mitch McConnell, Curator of the Senate, that’s one of those ‘bi–partisan’ efforts the media loves to celebrate. Senators John Cornyn (R–TX) and Chris Murphy (D–CT) have introduced legislation I’m sure they’ll be featuring in future campaign commercials. According to CNN the bill “aims to strengthen how state and federal governments report offenses that ...

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My Genuine Bipartisan Compromise Offer

The nation just witnessed what the OpMedia and the Commentariat like to call “bipartisan legislation.” The occasion was the two–year spending–palooza that Curator of the Senate Mitch McConnell and “The Boy” Ryan passed. It was bipartisan in the sense that country club conservatives let Democrats waste $150 billion on social programs, so they could waste an equal amount at the ...

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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 ...

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The President's Budget Fails: 414-0

From The Washington Times President Obama’s budget was defeated 414-0 in the House late Wednesday, in a vote Republicans arranged to try to embarrass him and shelve his plan for the rest of the year. The vote came as the House worked its way through its own fiscal year 2013 budget proposal, written by Budget Committee Chairman Paul D. Ryan. ...

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