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Dueling Columnists: Can Left And Right Get Along?

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Dueling Columnists: Can Left And Right Get Along?

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Dueling Columnists: Can Left And Right Get Along?

Dueling Columnists: Can Left And Right Get Along?

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There's been at a new social emphasis on bipartisanship in the early days of the Obama administration. So far it's brought about more thank you notes than votes.

But it's irresistible to wonder, on this Valentine's Day, if there is any kind of a future for bipartisan love.

Scott Simon chats with the New Republic's Michelle Cottle and Jonah Goldberg of the National Review about whether there is any possibility the Democrats and the GOP can get along.