The Political Aisle
By Scott Rohter, July 2013
There is an aisle that goes right down the middle of the United States House of Representatives that divides that Legislative Body in two. On one side of this aisle are seated Democrats, and on the other side of this aisle are seated the Republicans. That’s the way it has been for the past 237 years.
There is also a great political divide that goes right down the middle of the Republican Party that divides it in two. It separates real Republicans from other Republicans. It divides the real conservatives in the Republican Party from the RINOs and former Dixiecrats that constitute the rest of the Republican Party.
This political divide is every bit as real and significant as the political aisle in the U.S. House of Representatives that divides that chamber and separates Democrats from Republicans. It is like a great rift or chasm within the body of the Republican Party, and there is no possibility of bridging the gap between Republicans on either side of this political divide.
There is no more possibility of real conservatives reaching across the great political divide to other Republicans in Name Only than there is in reaching across the political aisle in the House of Representatives to Socialists who call themselves Democrats.
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