“I’ve been part of a number of bipartisan groups talking about, ‘OK, well, if we give this plan from the Democrat perspective, what don’t you like about it, what do you like about it’ … So that’s been a real positive out of all of this, all sides working together,” Rep. Adam Kinzinger said of the shutdown.
Vermont’s Peter Welch doesn’t need to be nice to his Republican colleagues but he’s going out of his way to befriend them anyway. “There’s a mutual frustration that a lot of rank-and-file members have…at just how messed up Congress is,” he said.
After he stands with the White House on guns and immigration, McCain gets the big Biden shoutout.
Top Senate Democrat dismisses Romney argument he’ll bring cooperation back to Washington.
Tells the National Association of Latino Elected Officials conference that he “gets in trouble” when he says these kinds of things.
Indiana GOP Senate candidate Richard Mourdock presents an interesting definition of bipartisanship after defeating moderate Republican Sen. Richard Lugar in yesterday’s primary.
President Obama had a couple new friends over on Sunday to watch the Super Bowl. A bipartisan group of Congresspersons was invited to watch the game at the White House and enjoy some freshly baked oatmeal raisin cookies.