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Once Congress was populated with statesmen who debated the issues and voted on bills based on their merits, not based on the latest polls.
Their decisions were also made on what was in a bill, not on who proposed it, as members of Congress often reached across the aisle to find bipartisan support on issues. And if members had objections to a bill, they proposed a viable alternative instead of just saying no and hoping the issue would disappear.
Sadly, those days appear to be gone.
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