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Why Bipartisanship is Unethical

RobJohn 2012/01/30 03:19:21

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  • Brian Tristan MacQuillan 2012/01/30 05:48:18
    Brian Tristan MacQuillan
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    Bipartisanship is unethical, generally speaking, because by being so, you let the other side further their agenda.
    Exhibit A: Since Reagan has been gone, the Republicans have been run by RINOs, and it has basically gotten us nothing. The Contract WIth American did further some conservative ideas under the Clinton Administration, which is nothing to sneeze at, but generally speaking bipartisanship in the last twenty years has been one for us, and two, or three for them. And now we are in debt up to our eyeballs, and quickly approaching insolvency. That is where bipartisanship has gotten us, therefore it is unethical.

    Bipartisanship is unethical, because in order to do so, you have to either waterdown your agenda, or kill off large portions of it.
    Exhibit B: When Republicans come to the table and let a Democrat measure pass, with only minor modifications, all in the name of "getting something done", the people getting something done are not the Republicans. Gridlock can be a very good thing.
  • doctorwhofan 2012/01/30 03:39:33
    doctorwhofan
    +1
    Let me guess: It's because your political opponents are juche daleks
  • Tom 2012/01/30 03:37:46
    Tom
    Remember, an 'honest' politician is one who stays bought.
  • abubincrazy 2012/01/30 03:28:22
    abubincrazy
    Okay.
    You didn't explain why it's unethical, bro.
  • RobJohn abubinc... 2012/01/30 03:30:14
    RobJohn
    Thanks, I guess the linked article didn't work. I'll edit the question.

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