The Democrats don't have a partisanship problem ... not like the Republicans do, according to the New York Times's Andrew Rosenthal who disagrees with Richard Lugar's assessment that, “Partisans at both ends of the political spectrum are dominating the political debate in our country,”

"There is plenty wrong with the Democratic Party," Rosenthal writes, "but monolithic adherence to liberal orthodoxy is not one of them."


And if you don't believe him. Just ask Heath Shuler.

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