This is the kind of cooperation and civility that I remember from our rightly ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES when I was young. Not the bitterness and infighting of today.
Pa. state reps reach across the aisle to promote civility; the keystone of democracy
As a Democratic state representative from Philadelphia and a Republican state representative from Cumberland County, we developed a lasting friendship that started with a simple “hello” on the House floor. An effort that has become critical to us is restoring civility and bipartisanship in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Toward that end, we have joined forces to form a first-of-its-kind bipartisan caucus for the upcoming 2021-22 legislative session.
The Democratic Party keeps promising not to “fan the flames of hate.” The American people say: Lay down your flame throwers and prove it.
What Happened to the ‘Party of Healing?’
“With the campaign over,” Joe Biden has insisted, “it’s time to put the anger and harsh rhetoric behind us.” You first, several Republicans are saying. After a week of turmoil and partisanship, it seems the president-elect is no more willing to abandon his name-calling ways than his friends on the far-Left.