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Would it be wise to have both a republican and a democrat occupy the oval office?


With the up-and-coming presidential election and both side expressing their willingness to be bipartisan, would it be best for these United States to come together in a more literally sense and work hand-in-hand?

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    Tammy Barnette (tammybarnette) 4 years ago

    WOW attikos, good point! What if this whole polarization has been a way to have Americans agree to such an idea which on the surface appears like an example of compromise, but truly leads to a one ruling party...thought provoking!

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    Attikos 4 years ago

    It wouldn't work. Jefferson invented the political party as a means of competing with the Federalist establishment of the day. They form naturally even where outlawed. Doing that would in effect give rule to a single one, a worse scenario.

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