Can Obama, GOP end ‘perpetual conflict’?
Tuesday’s big electoral wins have handed the reins of Congress to Republicans for the remainder of President Obama’s term, but immediately raise the question of whether the next two years will bring more acrimonious gridlock – or some compromise on key issues ranging from immigration to energy.
In his victory speech Tuesday night, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, who is expected to ascend to majority leader, said some things won't change next year. But he stressed that lawmakers and the White House don't have to be in "perpetual conflict" and "have an obligation to work together."...article
Let`s see how that idea works out. I doubt any compromise will be quick in coming...