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Lawmakers To Convey Bipartisanship By Sitting With Political Opponents

January 25, 2011 by  

Lawmakers to convey bipartisanship by sitting with political opponentsIn the days leading up to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, dozens of lawmakers pledged to cross the aisle and sit with members of their rival political party during Tuesday's speech.

In a gesture that aimed to show civility and camaraderie following the Jan. 8 shooting in Tucson, Ariz., which left Representative Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) fighting for her life, Democratic and Republican legislators are pairing up to sit next to each other for the President's speech. During his Jan. 23 appearance on CBS' Face the Nation, Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) confirmed that he would sit next to Senator Tom Coburn (R-Okla.).

"It's true it's symbolic, but let's not forget [that] oftentimes in history, symbols influence reality," Schumer told the media outlet.

However, not all leaders in Congress were planning to take part in mixed seating. On FOX News Sunday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said that he was planning to sit on the Republican side of the aisle, along with his fellow GOP leaders. He added that the American people were more interested in bipartisanship during the legislative process than in their seating arrangements during a speech.

On Face the Nation, Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) said that the bipartisan seating would likely reduce the "cheerleading" that typically occurs during State of the Union addresses. McCain said that recurring standing ovations detract from the speech, and he hoped that the mixed seating would cut back on those interruptions.

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  • JeffH

    This will be nothing more than a “touchy, feely” moment for some but I suspect most will sit where they always sit. I have to wonder if they’ll all be holding hands singing “Kum-ba-ya” during the intermission.

    • http://deleted Claire

      Talk about being childish. Like a bunch of grade school kids. As if sitting by one another will make any difference. Republicans will still cling to their beliefs and so will the Democrats. I thought we elected adults. What will they do next? Sit them in a corner with a dunce cap when they misbehave? Sorry, but our government is becoming more goofy as the days go by.

      • http://senseisbossler@hotmail.com SteveB

        Wouldn’t that make a great cartoon. “Jumping Rope Together”…..A democrat on one end of the rope….a republican on the other end…
        one of each in the middle, jumping and hollaring “Weeeeeeeeeeee”!

        • Mary Kay Andrews

          I hope Senator McCain is correct in saying that the cheerleading will be held to a minimum, however, I really don’t think that will happen. The democrats are going to do everything they can to paint republicans as fools. Unfortunately, here in my home state I have as radical a representative as he can be. Sending him a snail mail or an email does nothing. I only get back letters that are so condescending I could choke. I hope others have better luck.

          • http://Illinois'17th Old Henry

            Mary Kay:

            The Democraps do not have to paint the Rupublicans as fools. All they have to do is hand them the brush and the new castate Republicans will furnish the paint.

      • http://Illinois'17th Old Henry

        Claire:

        You are absolutely correct, and good ole Juan McCain leads the charge, as usual. Behavior like this is one major reason why he lost us the 2008 race.

        Arizonans should be thoroughly ashamed that they re-elected this doddering old fool over J.D. Hayworth.

        • Michael J.

          Old Henry,
          As they say in boxing, McCain took a dive in the 2008 presidential race. Obama and McCain probably sat side by side holding hands at the Bilderberg meeting when McCain was ordered to take a fall by the Grand Wizard. Watch for round two in 2012 with Romney taking McCain’s place as the fall guy.

          Meanwhile, if McCain were to sit with the Democrats in the upcoming state of the union address, who would even notice?

    • news of the world

      MEANWHILE…back at the(grey)White House,Jeff Immelt(Grafter in Chief)engages in graft right in front of the public,lending creed to the Presidents promise of transparency(they ARE doing it right out in the open),while the rest of the idiots argue over whether politicians will be kinder to one another(sleight of hand to get the public to look the other way).Too much is not enough…..When will you all wake the hell up?

    • BERT

      ONLY THE GAY ONES WILL ENJOY THE CHANGE OF SEATING. THEY CAN TROLL FOR SOME NEW PROSPECTS

    • eye-n-sty-n

      Next thing you know,Ted Nugent will be Bruce Springsteen’s lead guitar player.Rosie O’Donnell and Barney Frank will have illegitimate step-children together.La Raza,and the KKK will be tail-gating together before a Raiders/Cowboys game…in Japan.Oprah Winfrey will let Ann Coulter take over her show.PETA will turn carniverous and the NRA will go vegan.Irish People will all quit drinking,Muslims will start drinking.Russians and Germans will be exchanging Loveletters. Hey!……when is this all going to stop?!

    • EddieW

      Like your comment!!! Isn’t is nice…we gonna sit together for a bit…I’m sure that will make us understan their unfathomable insanity of positions…I cannot understand how it is even possible to compromise with them!!! They are so far out, you have to deny your very essentialness to do this…They cannot accept truth!!! It is now official, Obaba was NOT born in Hawaii…they will never believe this!!! They cannot accept it!!! a form of insanity I’m sure!!!

  • J.M.R.

    JUST SOME MORE BULL-SH__ I WANT THE LIBS TO SUFFER A BEAT DOWN LIKE THEY HAVE DONE TO THIS GREAT COUNTRY. NOTHING LESS.

  • Warrior

    I would rather see them sit on each others laps.

  • SS McDonald

    What a stupid mistake the Republicans are making. The 5th column media is going to comment about: look at how many people are standing up to applaud Obama. Seated Republicans won’t stand out intermixed in the seating as they would were they seated together.

    • JimC

      I agree with you!

      I remember well a standing O during a State of the Union speech by Bush when he commented that Congress had failed to pass legislation to stabilize / reform Social Security funding – all the D’s stood, the R’s did not – it was very telling…..

      This is just another installment in the “No Labels” campaign to hide political philosophy identity.

      • eddie47d

        Both sides do the same thing no matter which President is speaking,(stand or sit for their side). I could care less if they sit together but it is only for an hour. They need to get over themselves and quit acting like they are the one who has to sit next to the fat lady on the plane.

        • Bus

          Maybe this will cut down on all the frivolous standing ovations, the members won’t feel so much peer pressure to jump up every time the prez ends a sentence. Perhaps it will be harder to identify who yells out “LIER” at some of his more outrageous claims.

    • BERT

      THE REAL REPUBLICANS WILL BE RETAINING THEIR USUAL SEAT. THE ONES WHO COZY UP, NEED REPLACED IN 2012.

      • news of the world

        As the wise man once said,”Cant we all get along?”-Rodney(cop fighter and wife beater)King

        • Sam

          Why? Then only one side is doing the thinking.

        • Bert Cundle

          Winner of a CIVIL SUIT Against the City: Los Angeles For Brutal & Excessive Force.

          • eye-n-sty-n

            If you saw the entire video you’d probably wonder why they didnt just shoot him.That’s why you werent shown the whole video.He could have just laid down and got arrested like most folks would do,but he fought with the cops.Do you know what happens when you fight the cops?Yes you do.You get your ass beat.If that is a lawsuit,then I dont know why all those people died in L.A. AS A RESULT OF HIS RESISTING ARREST.But they were smart enough to burn their own communities up and rob the local businesses rather than going to Ventura county and doing it.Dumb Bastards.

    • http://Illinois'17th Old Henry

      SS:

      you really nailed it. These castrate Republicans have onece again been out-flanked, and they have NO CLUE.

  • Mainer

    Well Susan Collins(R)of Maine should feel right at home sitting with the Democrats.

    • Ted Crawford

      As will Olympia Snowe and Lisa Merkowski

      • Sam

        Don’t forget Sen. Brown from Massachusetts!

    • news of the world

      If you get in bed with them…why not sit with them?

  • Raggs

    Is everyone going to hold hands and sing?

    So now congress is a freakin circus jumping through hoops for obama.

    • David in Ma.

      Ya, kumbia, obama, kumbia…la la la la la

    • news of the world

      Easier for everyone to enjoy the progressive circle-jerk,even across the aisle!We are the world we are the children…we are the ones to make a better way so lets start giving……

      • http://Illinois'17th Old Henry

        news:

        That was great! I loved it! What a mental picture, and Snowe, Collins and Murkowski will be participating! I hope we get a glimpse of it as CNN pans the circus.

        You made me laugh out loud! There certainly a lot of clever people here.

  • http://aol.com sean murrey

    i wouldnt be around obummer i couldnt stand him.

  • texan

    What a waste of time and a bunch of CRAP.

    • http://Illinois'17th Old Henry

      texan:

      CRAP =
      Civil
      Republicans
      Are
      P*ssys

  • Frank in Arizona

    So who got stuck sitting next to Barney the Dinosaur?

    • Al Sieber

      Frank in Ariz., that would “Barney Franks” sitting next to the purple dinosaur.

  • tim

    How sweet, thier gonna sit next to each other. I suppose this state of the union address is gonna cost a few hundred million just like anything else the clown in the white house does.

  • canary

    Republicans need to understand that we, the people they are supposed to mirror, represent our standing, our opinions and values, are about done with rinos and personal glorification. We want security in our lives and our financial assets. We want them to honor our Constitution and our rights. Instead they want what is good for the business of government, they want to be the biggest fish in the food chain and it ends up being the very people that sent them to office that end of being the food. If we wanted to approve of the Democratic parties ideals we would go down to our elections officer and change our affliation, then you wouldn’t have to worry where to sit. Instead we will just vote those aisle changers out of office.

  • Raggs

    Do they ( being obama and his progressive / communist ) really think that We the people are so stupid not to see through this garbage?

    All that this is is a campaign for re-election, Oh so now he is going to show some interest in the Republican party… Oh Please!!!!!BARF!!
    And I suppose he will preach that he is on track to “create” jobs?..
    Moronic isn’t it…

    • Al Sieber

      Raggs, you’re right, he just said it, during his speech.

  • Dagney

    This is a ploy to reduce the impact of actually seeing the Republican majority and will likely benefit the Democrats. The Republicans better get with the program that we want no part of “bi-partisanship” and we want them to FIGHT for our Constitutional government. If they don’t, they are going to be tossed out like the rest of the garbage Democrats.

    • Michael J.

      Dagney,
      You are exactly right. Conservative victories on Nov. 2nd have sparked renewed confidence in the economy in ways that are now starting to show up in economic indicators. Obama’s move to the center and the hollow rhetoric of Democrat coherts are gearing up to steal the Conservatives thunder by claiming that credit for the recovery belongs to the Democrats. The ubrupt about face by Democrats in the days since Nov.2nd is no coincidence. Democrats realize that the economy will now recover whether they like it or not (and they don’t). The rush now is to brand the recovery as an Obama victory that will carry him through and secure a 2012 win.

      The Conservatives tryumphant victory is way more powerful than Progressives will admit, but make no mistake, Conservatives have only managed to push the pause button for now. If Conservatives however, fail to seize the moment and continually feed the momentum, the drive towards renewed Constitutionality will be short lived. And if Obama manages to get re-elected in 2012, we will again be returned to play mode and the fundamental changing of America into a communist state will resume.

      PS… CAUTION! Beware of Romney the Rino taking a dive McCain style in 2012.

  • john

    A meaningless knee jerk reaction at best. Americans don’t really care whether the Democrats and Republicans get along. We want them to get their fiscal house in order!

  • 45caliber

    I’m not sure I’d call it bi-partisanship. It looks more like camoflaugh to me. It would be harder to tell that the fools jumping up and down like idiots when Oblama gives his speech represent only a minority of the group.

    • Raggs

      Something like scrambling a rotten egg in a bowl full of good eggs to hide the taste….

  • David in Ma.

    The Republicans are being set up, they fail to realize that the obama socialist machine is playing with their minds, they will be put in a position od embarrasement on issues.

    Does this signal a one party system for America, outside the Constitution?

  • http://msn liz

    I thought we sent smart people to congress! My mistake!
    I’ll be watching to see who sits where! I hope after last year ,the
    Supreme Court Justices will watch from home!! I think actions speak
    louder than words,so let’s watch to see the true values of our people
    we sent to Congress! I want them to stand up for the ideals we sent them to safeguard,not to play footsie with the other side of the aisle!

  • Ted Crawford

    I would hope that they would conduct themselves with a far greater degree of decorum than they displayed last year, both the audience and the speaker! They need to display the degree of respect that should be incumbent upon them by the responsibility we granted them on their election. Failing that they should at least bring pom-poms.
    It seems they have convinced themselves, and apparently many of us, that they are of the class of people that are expressly forbidden by Artical 1, Section 9, Paragraph 8 of the Constitution.
    We must remind them, and mabey ourselves, that they in reality are simply our employees, and therefore subject to our wishes!

  • victoria_29

    What part do you morons not get…we do not want to see bipartisanship anywhere. We want the progressives stopped period.

    • eddie47d

      I see the name callers are in full play. I’m sure there are plenty who want to see the “conservatives” driven out and defeated. You can’t have common sense and accomplishments if all they do is fight. No wonder the divorce rate is so high !

  • Bert Cundle

    This Reminds me of the Y.A. & Up… They put the Sniches with the ones they Sniched on… To: (Offensive word removed) or Fight. Gives the Nursses something to do. Or intertainment eather way.

    • Bert Cundle

      Some will find FIGHT “Offensive”…

  • Anti Government

    When one sits on the opposing side at a sporting it event this tends to keep down the rude comments from both sides. I think it is a good idea and should be mandatory. We have already had one Representative shot, we need to be more civil to each other. I don’t believe that anyone, right winger or left does not love this country. We were founded on compromise.

    • news of the world

      If they show solidarity,then it appears to the people who are mad at the progressives,as if they(Congress)are all working to achieve what the progressives are trying to achieve.That way almost anyone can be seen as part of the problem.It still has’nt been fully realized that the progressives have painted targets(there is that bad word)on each others backs by their actions.They think they can hide in a crowd.What arrogance to imagine safety in sitting together.That is their tiny-brained mentality,working for the supposed “progress” of our nation.Meanwhile they engage in political chicanery right in front of the people and believe they will get away with it.

      • Anti Government

        Congress is a house of the people and they all work for us. Mixing the seating does two things. First it keeps people more respectful for the house in which they serve. Second, it will keep cheer leading to a minimum.

        • http://Illinois'17th Old Henry

          AG:

          As stated by one of the folks above, and I agree, it will not keep the cheerleading under control, it will only serve to dilute the GOP majority as viewed on TV. It will also help to make the cheerleaders to be more abundant.

    • Mary Kay Andrews

      I am so sick of people saying we need to compromise! Why do we need to compromise, and with whom do we need to compromise? When a robber has you at gunpoint are you going to say “let’s compromise, I’ll give you half of everything I have?” The dirty little secret is those folks in Washington are all great buddies. They simply think we are all simple.

      • Anti Government

        When my wife and I were looking for a home we compromised on the location. When her family was looking for a place to hold a family reunion we compromised. When I am sitting at a contractor negotiating table I have to comprise to gain things that are important to my company. This country was founded on compromise and without it we will run into problems like civil unrest and war.

        • http://Illinois'17th Old Henry

          AG:

          What you are missing is that Democrats / communists do not compromise. They expect Republicans to compromise. i.e. give up most of, if not all, of their priciples.

          Mc Arthur did not compromise with the Japs. Eisenhower did not compromise with the Nazis.

          The time for take no prisoners has arrived. Compromise has led us to where we are now.

          Back in 1979 when the new 1978 Republicans were going thru their introduction they were told by their leadership that they would get used to being the minority and loosing, to accept it and go play golf.

          • Anti Government

            The democrats are not communist or imperialist or nazi. I would argue that they are corporatist but so are the Republicans. I to think we need change but to take compromise off the table you give the impression of being a bully.

          • eye-n-sty-n

            Yes but follow the political campaign fund trail and you will find the Democrats being the big money people.they take in more money,and give less out.Thats because they like to think of it as their money.It is not their money but they think it is.They get the pet progams started so they can laundry that money that isnt theirs too.They can spend money like there is no tomorrow,as long as it isnt their money.Which is why many of them belong to the Democratic Socialists.Lokk that one up Mr.Anti-Gubment….

      • 45caliber

        Mary Kay:

        You shut up and listen when the other side is bigger than you. You must compromise when they are smaller than your side. That’s why the Dems and the media are so insistent on compromise right now.

        There can be no compromise when one side says, “Do it my way or else.”

    • Mary Kay Andrews

      Sorry to burst your bubble, AG. The shooter in Arizona was a left leaning loon who targeted Giffords because he didn’t like some things she said back in 2007. Just because he was off his meds doesn’t mean that the Republicans should cave to the Democrats, AGAIN. Seems to me that that so called compromise only works when dems want everything and expect the repubs to give in and give it to them. Yes, we are all Americans, but we still have a political structure and a two party system.

  • marvin

    this a bad mistake for repubs like when mexican pres calderon gave his state of the union address to the us congress the dems where all giddy over his speach i for one will not watch obamas speak he is a liberal and all the touche feely , can,t all just get along won,t change him or liberals tell me the truth or don,t talk to me facts just the facts not sugar coated lies

  • http://com i41

    The airy fairy crap of the Republicans buying into this stunt is pure stupidity. Onumnutts said if they bring a knife, bring a gun They won last time and they would do what they wanted, same goes this round, only there are too amny rino to grow a set and the new representives are getting dozed.

  • marvin

    not only no but hell no we the voters want to see are reps and see what they stand for or who they stand with not play some hide the liberal with the conseritive this is wrong if i wanted friend i will get my own not elect some turn coat i will call my rep today and tell her not to st with a dem

    • Anti Government

      Marvin, I can tell you have never held an elected position. Working with each other is the only way to get things done. One does not need to abandon his core principles but does need to look at the big picture.

  • Robert Morrow

    Just another bunch of crap and propaganda. I do not trust any politician. Just to point out one thing, that is the corrupt FDA, which has had it’s dictatorial powers increased to protect the PROFITS of the Pharmaceutical and Food processor. Let me make a quote here: This is from Herbert Ley, M.D. and Former FDA Commissioner. “THE THING THAT BUGS ME IS THAT PEOPLE THINK THE FDA IS PROTECTING THEM. IT ISN’T. THE FDA IS PROTECTING THE PROFITS OF THE CORPORATIONS THAT PAY US AND THE POLITICIANS!” End of quote. I have ask this question many time, but the corrupt propaganda news media will not touch it. To me the News Media, your corrupt politician and bureaucrats have the blood of over 200,000 murdered from approved Poison drugs and Food supplies each year. Then to heap on more insults the FDA has it’s own Gestapo Swat teams, for if anyone get out of line and question their murder for Profit they will be attacked by the FDA Goons with guns drawn. If you do not believe me look it up. I have Video clips of Families being raided and pages of raids on Doctors offices just to keep them in line for questioning the murder of fellow citizen. So, just how does sitting corrupt crooks together for propaganda help stop the murdering of Citizen and destruction of our Great Republic? Concerned here in the Land Of Enchantment.

  • Bert Cundle

    To Control the People… Ya Get Control of their Government… With our Many Forms of Government, Ya need to control each form or strong enough to control all. Bi Partisianship (DEM’ / REP’s) Would be that KEY We are already controled too much!!!

  • Sam

    The “NEW” republicans seem to resemble the “OLD” republicans. Compromise like a bunch of Junior Leagers. Where is the leadership we so desperately need??

  • RivahMitch

    The only reason to sit near a progressive is so you can reach its neck.

  • Raggs

    With pelosi in charge of the democratic choir this should be interesting to see how thier praise of obama will get muffled amounst a mixed crowd. I can’t picture the republicans jumping for joy everytime obama say’s “look what I accomplished”…Well maybe..?

  • chuckb

    the republicans who fall for this are the reason they lost before, they refuse to stand their ground. we didn’t vote for them to get along with the democrats, we voted to have them stop the demo agenda, spending, healthcare and to stop cap & trade. of the sixty or so of new republicans how many do you think will go against the rino’s and attempt to write a new health care reform bill and enforce legislation dealing with the border? (not!) they will string it out and let it slowly lose the attention of the sheep and before it’s over we will be right back where it started. until the real cause of this is removed there isn’t going to be any change, the real cause is the politicians that have been sitting in the congress and senate all their life, they have the seniority and the power, these freshmen will fall in line or else. barry is going to stop all earmarks this year, isn’t that funny, that’s what he said when he was running for the office, now that their earmarks have gotten them what they wanted, he’s saying we can’t do this anymore. we need to clean out the congress and senate and start over with new terms or go bankrupt.

    • 45caliber

      The GOP didn’t really have a majority for fifty years until Bush. All of the GOP members have had to depend upon the good graces of the Dems to get anything passed. They are used to that. The Dems aren’t. So when the Dems are in power, the GOP begs and makes deals. When the GOP (now) is in power they still make deals because they are used to it. The Dems, on the other hand, are NOT used to making deals to get something done so they demand “compromise” and “Bi-partisanship”.

      In other words, when the Dems are in power they say, “Shut up. We won.” When the GOP is in power, the Dems say, “You have to do things our way or we’ll get back at you the next time we’re in office.”

  • Anti Government

    I expect the SOTU address will be one of the most “sit on your hands” address that we have seen in recent history. The mixing of Republicans and Democrats is a good thing for the county. We are not Republicans or Democrats we are all Americans and should act like that. This Me against them talk only feeds the crazies like what happened in Arizona.

    • 45caliber

      The idea is to make you think there are real differences between the two parties instead of knowing both are working together for their own agenda.

    • eye-n-sty-n

      Are you saying we need to get our S__t together Anti-Gubment?

  • BDOG

    What an insult to all of us.No one has anything to gang except democrats looking like they want to get along.These republicans have bubbles floating out of their rearends.

    • BDOG

      The only republicans that have any balls are the female ones.

  • chuckb

    anti american

    “this me against them talk is feeding the crazies??”

    that’s absolute hogwash. i don’t want my representative holding hands with the liberal democrats. knowing the demos, that would mean my guy is capitulating to the communist cause. the liberals would love to stop all the talk, the citizens would really be in a world of hurt then.

    • Anti Government

      Chuckb
      Why do we need all the cheer-leading in the peoples house?? It is a matter of respect to sit a listen to the president and not cheer for his positions. To sit with the other party is not to betray our own it only makes each party to respect the other. I have to deal with both liberals and conservatives through the day and to insult them does no one any good.

      • chuckb

        anti gov

        it’s not a matter of respect. the politicians have been cheering the president at the sotu speech since i can remember and they cheer harder when he belongs to their party, that’s not the issue. the democrats didn’t make this offer last year, barry told the republicans they lost now shut up. the tide has turned, now they want to hold hands and be nice. these wimpy repubs fell for it. i saw how nice pelosi and reid were the last two years, you don’t pet a mad dog, just keep him in a cage. these guys sit together enough at the local gin mill.

  • BDOG

    Well the love didn’t last very long,Pelosie refuses to sit next to cantor.

    • http://deleted Claire

      Personally I wouoldn’t want to sit by him OR her! I can’t stand either one of them.

  • American Citizen

    Here’s a State of the Union speech Obama should give and then shut up and sit down, “Hi, folks, we’re broke and the state of the union is in big trouble.” Nuff said.

  • Raggs

    This is an orgy that I dont think I will watch!

  • Bert Cundle

    The District of Columbia Should Have A Barbed Wire Fence Around it with All The Politicians in it! & The Capitol Should be moved to Kansas.

    • eye-n-sty-n

      More like Bumstuck Alaska…far above the Arctic Circle.That way Sarah Palin,and Ted Nugent could occasionally cull the herd.

      • Raggs

        Isn’t that called Arizona?
        The so-called not supposed to be here folks are having a good time thinning sheep.

  • Raggs

    I’m off the topic on this but…

    Well the new brainstorm from the communist party includes… If you are walking with an ipod stuck in your ear you will go to jail!
    If you text while chewing bubble gum.. you will go to jail!
    If you dont eat your carrots… you will go to jail!
    If you use a car stereo while driving… you will go to jail!

    HEHEHE if you F-u with me you will go somewhere else!

  • s c

    Do the math, people. This insanity was cooked up by the same crowd that sees Al “duh” Gore as a semidivine being [if Schumer is hard-pressed for symbols, maybe he can imagine a nation full of irate citizens who won't hesitate to extend two middle digits in his direction].
    If any of those porking forkers in Congress are seen as “leaders,” we owe it to ourselves and posterity to re-define the word – and keep people like them from getting elected or re-elected.

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