Comment: civil disagreement

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civil disagreement

I think citizens are tired of politicians who consider their ideas and philosophy secondary to their ability to get things done. There should be the ability to disagree and even vote against a proposition civilly with no political consequences on future matters. Rather, branding others as political opponents because of their past votes should be seen as childish and unwise. Put simply, you should be able to vote for Mark Willis and then work with Reince Preibus on matters in which you agree, because that's what an adult would do. And if Reince Preibus truly believed that these new rules shouldn't have been passed, he wouldn't have shoved them through a voice vote that was clearly split amongst shouts of "division!!" Half of Ron Paul's attraction was his civil and honest manner in which he never compromised his values. I wish you all would learn that aspect of his political acumen.