1. Stubborn

    Clinton Disturbed by Mourdock's Views

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    Bill Clinton thinks Richard Mourdock, the Tea Partier who beat long-time Sen. Dick Lugar in the Indiana Republican Senate primary last week is "likeable" but is disturbed by the fact that Moudock is completely opposed to bipartisan compromise. "And if that were the view, there would never have been a Constitution, there would never have been a Bill of Rights, the Capitol would never have been moved to Washington, D.C., and the federal government would not have assumed the debts of the colonies from the Revolutionary War, and nothing else would have happened," said Clinton.

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