July 11th, 2012
From 1776 to 2012 Americans have debated every issue you can think of. They have formed political parties to legitimize their debates. These parties have been ingrained in the American fabric of society to such and extent, that it has become a norm to ask a person what their political affiliation is. This is the way you can easily determine beforehand what their answers are going to be, without you having to ask them.
There is one thing, however, that both political parties have in common. In fact no matter what the issue is, no matter whether it is an election year or not, and even if the parties are having heated debates all over the media, both parties have one vital thing in common. They both are under the idea that they have the best interests of the country in mind.
This is understandable. When any person takes the oath of office, they are not intending on overthrowing the government of the United States. Whether the President was Washington, Lincoln, Grant, Reagan, Clinton, or Obama, the issues change but the good of America is at the heart of everyone. But always remember on thing. We the People always prevail.