Bipartisanship usually means political plunder

The mainstream media often confuses the noble goals of fairness and honesty with an ideological dedication to bipartisanship. Thus, the greatest sin is partisanship, and the most noble statesmen are always found in the center.

Associated Press Published: May 1, 2012
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The mainstream media often confuses the noble goals of fairness and honesty with an ideological dedication to bipartisanship. Thus, the greatest sin is partisanship, and the most noble statesmen are always found in the center.

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