Here’s something you don’t hear Washington politicians say everyday – bipartisanship.
While Georgia Sen. Saxby Chambliss was frank in his opinion about what needs to be done in Washington, during a talk to local business leaders, Monday, he said there has to be some give and take from both sides of the Congressional aisle.
“Republicans don’t have all the good ideas. Democrats have some good ideas too,” he said. “Bipartisanship is needed.”
Chambliss was the featured speaker at the Sandy Springs/Perimeter Chamber of Commerce Bagels and Business Breakfast event at the Westin Hotel, providing insight on upcoming bills, the debt crisis and terrorism. [The Senator is vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.]
“When you get into any election year, things slow down, particularly a Presidential election year,” he said. “We’ve been in that mode for a several months.”
But the Senator has been busy