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Do you believe after the presidential election the country will unite?


Generally speaking regardless of who wins half the country is going to be very disappointed. The opposition party in congress usually invests the majority of it's time and effort to stymie the agenda of the new president. Their goal is to get their party's candidate elected 4 years later. Have we forever seen the end of "Bipartisan Politics", "Moderate Republicans", & "Conservative Democrats"? Will the outcome of the election resolve anything if the opposition party refuses to compromise? Will the new president and congress work together for the people or will party loyalty trump everything?

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    dashingscorpio 4 weeks ago

    However don't you think the "opposition party" of whomever wins is going to do their best make a new president a "one term" president? Will either party support those members who are willing to compromise? Or will it be seen as treason? hmm

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    dashingscorpio 4 weeks ago

    So do you believe if Clinton wins the Republican controlled congress is going to sit ideally by and rubber stamp legislation from her agenda? Neither candidate is "the devil" or "evil". Both camps are very "vocal" about their wants!


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