Before jumping into any bipartisan ménage à trois, remember to get your framing right. Assume good intentions. Be critical of actions. Don’t judge the complexes underlying Paul Ryan’s fetish for Ayn Rand, or Elizabeth Warren’s propensity to spank Wall Street. Each wants to help, one through the gentle nudge of tax credits, the other with firm regulatory strokes.
Lost in rhetoric, prudish ideologues often forget the common pleasures we all seek. Stay above that fray. Be open to either side’s approach—you may learn a few new tantalizing tricks—but keep those eyes on the prize. When repeated efforts prove unsuccessful, try a new position.
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