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Compromise is a must for leaders

Compromise is defined as a settlement of differences by mutual concession. Or a more common sense definition would be that compromise is when both parties walk away unhappy.
It seems at both the state and national level many of our legislators have forgotten what that word means.
Certain representatives think that unless they get 100 percent of what they want, they won’t do anything.
This just is not the American way.
This country was founded on freedom of speech, freedom of the press and freedom of religion.
The best leaders take into consideration all of the facts and then ...

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