Bipartisanship occurs when a bill is especially terrible for Americans
Team Red = Nationalists; Team Blue = Socialists.
Nationalist + Socialist = ....
There's nothing worse than hearing one of these politicians (or their mouthpieces in the so-called mainstream media) say, "We need more bipartisanship". When you hear that phrase, hang on to your hats, it *always* means they're about to do something horrible.
Do you mean one party in USA ? Or, globally😎✌
Where's the Constitutional Political Party?
Here's some of the debate: https://www.congress.gov/congressional-record/volume-169/issue-93/house-section/article/H2671-3
The one that depressed me the most in this whole thing was Thomas Massie. Normally, I think he's pretty honest, and he may still well be, but he was also as dumb as the rest. He let it out of the rules committee because he said, "For once we got something for raising the debt ceiling." Well, Mr. Massie, here's what's wrong with that thinking. You're *always* supposed to "get something" for raising the debt ceiling. That "something" is supposed to be a re-evaluation of how much you're spending and on what. It's supposed to force a reckoning, not a bipartisan rolling of the taxpayer.
Rand Paul may be the only Senator capable of independent thought. That must be why his attempt to run for POTUS in 2016 was doomed. The Uniparty has no understanding or interest in those who pay their exorbitant salaries and ridiculous retirement benefits. They have spent the USA into insolvency and the only question is whether Saudi Arabia, Russia, or China will control the world in the 21st century.
SC - Gridlock by design. They stall, nothing ever gets done, status quo, you lose, they win. Our whores on the hill have learned well from the masters... Since the end of World War II in 1945, Italy has had 69 governments, at an average of one every 1.11 years. Machiavelli is smiling.
Well, Ron was mostly right. It’s the neocons who want to spend more on war, and they’re found in abundance in “both” parties (to the extent that you can believe that there’s any actual distinction).
SCOTUS approved 9-0 that FBI et. al. can look at our bank records even if it's to investigate someone else. Basically, Biden & Co. have taken away any right to privacy we had.
At least the voting-figures are easy to find in the US.
Here, trying to find how an MP voted is nigh-on impossible, despite the information being public. The "dance-steps" you have to follow through the State's homepage are (I suspect) made purposefully complicated and impractical.
Anyway, despite having 8 parties in parliament they vote the same 90%+ of the time. In most issues, people do not agree with how the parties vote (if people understand the issue at all, most don't since they only know what's in the state/regime media).
The question to put to all politicians (I'd rather put /them/ to the question...) is:
If you believe in and endorse democracy - rule of the people - why do you not support rule by plebiscite?
They do not fear us, and quite frankly I can see why.
As I said, government, and government lite™. And it makes sense, what kind of politician goes into government and retains that intention of dismantling government?
And they all congratulate each other for putting us all more in debt.
Welcome to the suspense hotline:
Please hold for last years response...
CONgress pretty much hates all Americans, doesn't it? If it was up to me, I'd clear out every last lobbyist. Then I'd audit every single congress critter yearly. They shouldn't be able to get as rich as Nancy Piglosi. While we're at it, I want a unicorn, too.