Saturday, June 25, 2005

Jack Valenti: Worthy opponents | News for Dallas, Texas | Opinion: Viewpoints: "In Washington, the cords of collegiality that used to bind the members of Congress to one another – and to the president – haven't just frayed, they've snapped. This descent into enmity is not just one party's fault. There is blame to distribute among all.

It is worth recalling a time when compromise had not been exiled. I had the good fortune to see this firsthand when I worked for President Lyndon B. Johnson."

As partisan as I can be, this is well worth a read.


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