Friday, September 25, 2009


So follow the logic with me. Joe Biden says if the GOP take back 35 house seats in 2010:
“If they take them back, this the end of the road for what Barack and I are trying to do,”
And then, according to the report, he says:

Biden said these House seats are Republicans “one shot” at breaking the Obama administration’s agenda. But if Democrats can hold on to those seats, “the dam is going to break,” he said, and a new era of bipartisanship will begin.

“All the hidden Republicans that don’t have the courage to vote the way they want to vote because of pressure from the party … it will break the dam and you will see bipartisanship,” Biden said.

So wait, here seems to be the logic: if we do not have any members of the opposing party we will have more bitartisanship? So as long as no one is around to resist what the President and Vice President want to do we will actually be more bipartisan?

As for bipartisanship, with apologies to Inigo Montoya, I say: "You keep using that word, but I do not think it means what you think it means."

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