It seems everywhere I read or hear talk about US issues, related to poltics or how the nation is travelling as a whole, Republican supporters and Democrat supporters just blaming each other for issue after issue. I'll list a few examples I have read today. Violent political rallies Disaster relief efforts The failure to get congress passing good Party supporters being discriminatory (sexist, racist etc etc) I have read many more but these illustrate my point well. Both sides, Democrat and Republican have held violent rallies Both sides, Democrat and Republican have accused the other for not helping enough with disaster relief Both sides, Democrat and Republican have accused the other of failing to get Congress to pass good legislation Both sides, Democrat and Republican have accused the others supporters of being discriminatory. These four issues and many others exist on both sides. People on both sides are doing them. One side saying "we never do this, but the other side always do it" actually harms the issues more than it fixes them. Certain people in the US need to get their head out of the sand and wake up to the reality that when both sides cause an issue, you need both sides working together to fix the issue. Is the US in general still capable of recognising issues that both sides are causing and working together in a bi-partisan way to deal with them? Or is the US in general incapable of dealing with these issues and only capable of blaming the other side for issues and ignoring the fact that both sides are at fault here?