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breakdown of the middle ground.

See no evil Barack Obama.

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A political writer I’m not. An intrigued, curious, and newly inspired listener of politics I am.

Perhaps this theme subdivision isn’t as continuously showcased as are the other topics I write on are, but bipartisanship is no less a middle ground issue. The bifactor theme involves the coexisting of seemingly opposite factors and the uniting/clashing behavioral reactions that ensue.

Andrew Rosenthal, the editor of The Times’ Editorial, recently spoke to area Montclair, New Jersey residents (where he’s also a resident), and he criticized President Obama’s bipartisan effortsHe spends too much time trying to appear bipartisan and tries too hard to accommodate the Republicans.

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