Libs can talk until they are blue in the face about how we need to "come together" and "work to get things done for the American people."
America is in an all-out culture war and surrender -- which is what they mean by coming together (on their side) -- is not an option.
Liberals are out to do just what Barack Hussein Obama promised: fundamentally transform America.
But not into something better.
None of the transparency, openness, honesty and bridge-building Obama promised has happened. It was never going to.
He explained it succinctly: "We won."
Legislation was crammed through Congress by subverting rules and dishonoring traditions. Even today, Harry Reid is plotting to do away with the hallowed Senate filibuster, made famous by Jimmy Stewart in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.
Mr. Smith would walk out of this mess in Washington today.
Liberals are using threats, intimidation and every method brewed in the cauldron of Chicago politics.
There is one last chance. Putting Congress back in the hands of Americans next year will at least enable the legislative branch to suppress Obama's attempts during his last two years in office to take the nation as far left as it can go.
He has threatened, and will, to simply bypass Congress and rule by fiat. That is why the Supreme Court, already dangerously tilted left, may be the last hope.
When one half of the country wants to go in one direction and the other half in the opposite direction, there is no feasible compromise.