What was this vaguely remembered anecdote about "bipartisanship"?
June 21, 2017 8:22 AM   Subscribe

I'm vaguely recalling reading a passage from some sort of Republican strategy memo--possibly authored by Frank Luntz--that contained a particularly ironic application of appealing to bipartisanship. From what I remember it advised that Americans love bipartisanship, and that Republicans should harshly criticize Democrats for not being bipartisan enough. This may have been pointed out by Al Franken, but I'm not sure. Is this ringing a bell for anyone?
posted by bdk3clash to Society & Culture (1 answer total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
Could it be this? This Daily Kos article gives the kind of interpretation you seem to remember.
posted by dondiego87 at 2:27 AM on June 22, 2017


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