In politics, a partisan is a committed member of a political party. In multi-party
systems, the term is used for politicians who strongly support their party's policies
Nov 15, 2013 ... Obamacare critics who anticipated the law's problems are well within their ... This
is why normal Americans mistrust partisan political junkies.
Jan 10, 2014 ... Actually, I called it “partisan warfare” in the book, but I think “political ... a pad of
paper and pencil and tries to figure out how to solve problems.
Oct 9, 2013 ... The ongoing political theater on Capitol Hill continues at the expense of the .... I
agree thst partidanship is one of our biggest problems.
Abortions make up only a small fraction of the services that Planned Parenthood provide to women - less than 10 percent, according to spokespeople - and even if you are anti-choice, it is hard to deny that those other services are ones that many women desperately need.
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Nowhere is this more obvious than partisan politics, where conflict and .... a
respect for tradition, and looking to the past for relevant answers to today's
Dec 20, 2010 ... As partisan rancor in Washington shows no signs of abating, the calls for
bipartisan approaches to politics are becoming stronger. While the ...
Redistricting encourages manipulation of our elections by allowing incumbent
politicians to help partisan allies, hurt political enemies and choose their voters ...
Jan 26, 2007 ... For example, Barack Obama recently lamented the fact that “politics has ... willing
to tackle the big problems despite bitter partisan opposition.
Oct 25, 2012 ... These problems may be the reason why several states have ... Texas Supreme
Court argues his state's partisan system “permits politics to take ...