It is probably a good thing the Robert Levy has a day job, maybe one that doesn’t involve what Dusty Rhoades refers to as “wingnut politics.” I write this after reading his “So Who Won the Debate?” column (Oct. 21).
He says, “Even domestically, how can true bipartisanship occur among the two houses of Congress and the executive branch when every instinct in the White House points to self-righteous indignation?”
I say, “Robert, where were you when your beloved Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said in 2008, “The most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president.”
Bipartisan, my (expletive deleted).
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