As far as voters are concerned, neither side in Washington, D.C. is much interested in bipartisanship, but Republicans in Congress are the most partisan.
Only 21% of Likely U.S. Voters think Republicans are acting on a bipartisan basis these days, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Sixty-one percent (61%) believe they are acting like partisan Republicans. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
Twenty-seven percent (27%) say congressional Democrats are acting in a bipartisan fashion, but 55% feel they are performing instead like partisan Democrats.
So, if one party thinks shit sandwiches taste delicious, and the other party hates to eat shit, where is the room for partisanship, and why do mush-brained Americans think it is such a great idea?
I mean, what’s the compromise here? One side eats only half as much shit?
It’s still shit. And those worshiping at the altar of bipartisanship are vacuous morons.