A similar partisan divide is evident with respect to opinions of congressional Democrats' efforts at bipartisanship
Too often in this city, bipartisanship
is mischaracterized as a weakness, as simply 'going along to get along.
Obama already appears to have gone further in the pursuit of bipartisanship
than his predecessors.
Although Flippen acknowledges Train's bipartisanship
and interpersonal skills, he fails to capture the ineffable process by which Train's skills produce outcomes--a lamentable but understandable limitation.
Revving up for their ``100 hours'' of legislative drive-bys, the last thing on Democrats' minds was bipartisanship
The most conspicuous example of institutionalized anti-Arab racism during the early stages of Israel's destruction was a nonbinding resolution blaming Arabs for the violence, which Congress passed on a vote of 410-8, a rare show of bipartisanship
BOLTON AND BIPARTISANSHIP
(The Wall Street Journal, New York)
So I think the only way we're going to cure it is when the American voter rejects that kind of conduct and rewards at least a certain bipartisanship
is called for.
But pull back the curtain and such displays of bipartisanship
are still largely politics, say political scientists Peter Trubowitz, of the University of Texas at Austin, and Nicole Mellow, of Williams College.
At the same time, senior Democrats on the committee were adamant that any hopes for bipartisanship
will be elusive unless President Bush and Republican congressional leadership drop their demands for creating private accounts.
Moreover, if Bush's talk of bipartisanship
is more than empty rhetoric, his needed overhaul of his Cabinet should not stop there.
, notably the anti-Communist consensus that dominated American foreign policy from the end of the Second World War to the Vietnam War, had its problems.