They would do that because its right, but they didn't do it.Why would they do that?
Again, its a mystery.The question is pretty simple:
Why would the GOP NOT fillibuster a bill thay they believe will be bad for the country?
That's what a bunch of definitions, including the one I showed you, say.It wasnt bipartisan because it didnt gain support of both parties, as reflected in the vote tally. A few defectors does not a bi-partisan bill make.
Bipartisanship is the support of members of the two parties, not every single member.
In the vote tally, it was like all the Dems and 3 Reps for the bill, which means the bill had support from both parties.
But you assert that "a few defectors does not a bi-partisan bill make." Then this brings me back to the question I asked before, which you did not answer. Is there a rule of some kind that says "this certain number of supporters constitutes bipartisanship?" How many supports from both parties would there need to be to make it bipartisan?