Opponents, not enemies

As Ronald Reagan said back in the 1980s regarding then-pending legislation: “We don’t have enemies, we have opponents.” That is not naive, that was Reagan’s take on the game of politics. He could do political battle with the Speaker of the House during the day, then enjoy a drink together after work.

Too often these days some are eager to demonize their opponents, casting . . .

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