In an ironic statement considering the uncompromising nature of the President and Senate Majority, Steny Hoyer claimed compromising with those who are wrong is necessary and noble.
||Atlas Shrugged, the Ayn Rand novel that Paul Ryan often cites as inspiration for the ideology he and other House Republicans share, says this about Congress, 'There are two sides to every issue. One is right, and one is wrong. But the middle is always evil.' Compromise is not evil. It is the necessary and noble pursuit of those who govern responsibly in a democracy. We listen to one another. We come to an agreement.||”|
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Steny Hoyer, September 29, 2014