Speaking of Democrat “Bipartisanship”
January 19, 2005
Here’s a blurb from MSNBC’s “First Read” this morning:
The Chicago Tribune writes that many Democrats are frustrated “at the lack of a clear Democratic strategy for dealing with a president who they believe is not particularly popular despite his re-election,” and notes that Democratic Senators “will meet with former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin to discuss how to counter the president’s Social Security proposals.”
Note, the Democratic Senators aren’t interested in finding ways to compromise and work with the president on Social Security, but to find effective ways to “counter” his proposals. Do you think we’ll hear David Ignatius or other liberal columnists complaining about the Democrats’ lack of bipartisanship? Don’t hold your breath.