Thursday, May 15


America elects optimists to be President.
"I'm not interested in partisanship that serves no other purpose than to gain a temporary advantage over our opponents. This mindless, paralyzing rancor must come to an end. We belong to different parties, not different countries," McCain said. "There is a time to campaign, and a time to govern. If I'm elected president, the era of the permanent campaign will end; the era of problem-solving will begin."
That's a great line. Although, there's nothing wrong with partisanship. Debating ideas, somebody losing and somebody winning, is what politics all about.

But this is all good stuff, no pie-in-the-sky. All of this is doable. Great speech, Mr. President.


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