Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Bridging the divide


Cheney calls the polarization of the nation "a disappointment," noting what a shame it is that the administration was not able to create the bipartisan amity that a Governor Bush apparently enjoyed in Texas.


While Cheney did mention the effect of the closely divided chambers of Congress of creating "minority/majority shifts" that are "difficult for both sides to adjust to," he seemed to imply that the Dems refused to play nicely with Tom DeLay.

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