But what the Democrats can't hid is their unwillingness to negotiate which I think is hurting them among indies. Reality means little to most voters of whatever political persuasion. It is the personal perspective they attain or obtain on what is happening at the time. That perspective may be totally wrong or right, but that is what they go by and rely on. I think the face of President Obama and Senator Reid repeating and repeating I will not negotiate is wearing thin regardless of what else is transpiring. Hence the rise from 17% to 25% the number of Americans who blame both parties. I expect that number to continue to rise.
Who is right about this or who is wrong, really doesn't apply. I have my opinion and perspective, that word again and you have yours. We in fact could both be right, but we also think differently and in the end we both could be wrong. When the end comes to this shutdown, it will be decided on the perspective that the American people have obtained, not necessarily based on facts or what actually happened.
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.