Tea Party Republicans in Indiana reject Bipartisanship

Will our Democratic leaders in Washington ever pick up on the signals of reactionary voters around the country and those they are sending to represent them?

Chuck Todd/NBC News: You have said that there needs to be more partisanship in Washington. How do you square that with being a legislator?

Richard Mourdock, Republican: Well, what I've said is that I certainly think bipartisanship ought to consist of Democrats coming to the Republican point of view.

Bipartisanship means they have to come our way.

Will our Democratic leaders in Washington ever come to the realization that the "middle ground" policy is not an equidistant point between a crazy-off-the-charts Republican proposal and a proven, voter-supported Democratic or Progressive idea that has previously worked?

If Jared Polis and/or his spokesperson and/or his "strategist" can't figure out this simple political calculus then none of them will.

Bipartisanship is bullshit and voters say as much when asked. You don't see Republicans begging for bipartisanship on issue after issue. You're more likely to hear this from Right-wing Headhunter Grover Norquist about that precious bipartisanship so desired by Jared Polis and Michael Bennet:

"Bipartisanship is another name for date rape."

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