We’ve collected the best Partisanship Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: John Avlon, Chris Gibson, Neal Katyal, Cory Booker, Heather Cox Richardson. Use them as an inspiration.
One tell-tale sign of a Wingnut: they always confuse partisanship with patriotism.
Unanimity is important because it signals that the justices can rise above their differences and interpret the law without partisanship.
President Obama‘s record on national security is a tribute to his strength, and judgment, and to his preference for inclusion and partnership over partisanship.
Logic, fact, morality, legality, ideology: All of it is irrelevant in understanding the Party of Trump. Republicans have made crystal clear that nothing matters to them other than partisanship.
The cause of peace is too great for us to allow political disagreements or partisanship to stand in our way.
In short, I will never allow partisanship to undermine our national security when the lives of countless people lay in the balance. If that earns me enemies in Washington or at the State Department, then so be it.
It is hard to put aside partisanship. It is hard to give up the easy wisecracking jeer that divides and destroys. It is hard – very hard – to have worked sincerely and wholeheartedly for a cause and to have lost. Most of all, it is hard to put aside personal prejudices. And yet we must put these things aside.
It’s time for political leaders across the ideological spectrum to realize that, while partisanship is understandable, hyper-partisanship is destructive to our country. We need more visionary leaders who will earnestly strive for bipartisanship and finding policy solutions that can move America forward.
Ultimately journalism has changed… partisanship is very much a part of journalism now.
Of course I am partisan in my politics, but my partisanship is rational – which, in my book, is not necessarily oxymoronic.
The partisanship surrounding space exploration and the retrenching of U.S. space policy are part of a more general trend: the decline of science in the United States. As its interest in science wanes, the country loses ground to the rest of the industrialized world in every measure of technological proficiency.
We need to recognize that, whether you’re looking at Georgia or North Carolina or North Dakota or Florida, that the disenfranchisement of voters, the suppression of votes, cuts across every community, and therefore, it cuts across partisanship.
What is important to me is that I’m not accountable to and not controlled by party leadership. At the end of the day, I’m able to make my own decisions according to what’s best for the community and the constituents I represent. It doesn’t depend on what the partisanship is to the right or to the left.
Political paralysis and partisanship are sabotaging American power.
Let’s fix our roads, and be the state that’s not paralyzed by partisanship, but works together. And create the blueprint for rebuilding America’s crumbling infrastructure.