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Old 10-01-2018, 09:56 AM   #104
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Originally Posted by Garcia View Post
We can similarly look at the poorest states in the nation, or the least safe, or the least healthy - which are "Red states" and blame their issues on failed policies.

Better yet, though, is to stop turning everything into a partisan issue where all the blame goes on the other guy and instead listen, compromise, and come up with real solutions that don't involve finger pointing and blame. There's a reason I am not affiliated with a political party and choose to support people and policies rather than always do what "my" party says.
No finger pointing or blame...just stark, reality.
I agree on having no affiliation with any “party” though...one side is as bad as the other in most cases.
You must admit, however, the levels of opposition, resistance and violence is tipped toward “one party” in particular...
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