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January 21, 2011

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Keith

I'd rather hear about non-partisan, than bi-partisan approaches. Bi-partisan implies limitation to the two parties, a paradigm that needs to go the way of the dodo.

It would be nice if the two parties were actually as far apart as they like to pretend, but it's just not so.

Further, and more importantly, it shouldn't be about the parties, but about America and even more about Americans and the American ideals of liberty and respectable justice.

Wanderson

There is hope for civility yet. A good first start, Kudos to Rep Smith for the idea and thanks to everyone who showed up

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