Of course, that’s precisely how so many Republicans got elected in the first place. “We are determined to stop the agenda that Americans have rejected and turn the ship around,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Wednesday. Which sounds great, robust and uncompromising. But look out: In a sign of what may be an unfolding Democratic strategy or bunker mentality, or both, President Obama followed up at his White House press conference by rejecting outright the notion that his agenda had anything at all to do with the election that gave Republicans their historic gains. Rather, he insisted, the vote reflected the frustration of Americans over the slow pace of his agenda — another point over which there is no place for compromise.
There are more, as Malkin noted: “No more compromising bailouts in times of crisis. No more compromising conservative principles for D.C. party elites. No more compromising the American economy for left-wing special interests.” No more compromising.
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