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bipartisan

consisting of or supported by two political parties
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Even though Americans say Obama has attempted to foster bipartisanship, they for the most part believe that not much has changed in Washington between Republicans and Democrats since Obama was elected.
True bipartisanship is a desire to actually get things done, to make progress, to put solving problems above personal credit or comfort.
First, he promised bipartisanship, but got heavily rebuffed.
Although Flippen acknowledges Train's bipartisanship and interpersonal skills, he fails to capture the ineffable process by which Train's skills produce outcomes--a lamentable but understandable limitation.
He refers to Democrtas as 'the enemy'; he has described bipartisanship as 'date rape'; and he likes to talk about reducing the federal government so much that he could 'drown it in a bathtub.
Moreover, if Bush's talk of bipartisanship is more than empty rhetoric, his needed overhaul of his Cabinet should not stop there.
Adding a touch of bipartisanship, several Georgia Democrats issued statements supporting Moore's position, among them Georgia Lt.
Though Democrats may be conciliatory during the beginning of the 108th Congress because of the recent elections, I wouldn't count on too much bipartisanship.
Fighting terrorism has become a focal point of governance in Washington and state capitals, and the American public is looking for bipartisanship.
I believe I can bring bipartisanship to the world of geek.
All around us are calls for unity and bipartisanship and strengthening the hand of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Defense Department, the Central Intelligence Agency, and other government agencies.
Major healthcare initiatives such as Medicare prescription drug coverage and a patients' bill of rights withered in the face of a new congressional emphasis on bipartisanship.