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  1. Durl

    “In the rancor between fundamentalists and Darwinists, both groups miss this essential common ground, the area where we might agree. No, where we absolutely must agree, if we are to build a better world.”

    I would state with certainty that this same statement applies to Republicans and Democrats. Congress has devolved into a group that fights over differences. They should, rather, find the common ground that we all must agree upon for our country to flourish. But, in their view, they get re-elected by standing their ground and opposing the radical idea of “that other side”.

    I have a t-shirt that says “Fire Congress”. I get lots of positive comments when I wear it. I’ve worn it when Democrats have had the majority, and when Republicans have had the majority. I get the same number of positive comments on the shirt either way.

    • Bookscrounger

      I agree. But I think Pogo identified the real problem in democracy: “We have met the enemy, and he is us.”
      Got a post coming on that one…

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