I'm sure you'll hear it again next Wednesday. Americans truly come together to unite behind the President after bitter, closely-contested elections. That's our way, and that's what happened in 2008.
Will you join me, then, and take the Democratic Pledge of Bipartisanship?
"If Mitt Romney is elected as President of the United States, I hereby pledge:
1. To convey to him the same level of honor, dignity, and respect that Republicans have paid to President Obama.
2. To give him the same extended honeymoon period of giving him the benefit of a doubt that Republicans gave President Obama.
3. To refrain from questioning his legitimacy to govern, exactly as much as Republicans have done so with respect to President Obama.
4. To support a legislative policy focussed on the problems of the nation and not on political points, in the same model that Senator Mitch McConnell so candidly described in 2009 with respect to his number one priority for the nation over the next four years. In so doing, I will adhere to the same definitions of Bipartisanship espoused by such leaders as Senator Inhofe.
5. To urge my elected representatives to avoid parliamentary tactics, anonymous holds, linkage between unrelated issues on pieces of legislation, stonewalling and other forms of gridlock to the exact same extent as the Republican members of Congress did for President Obama.
6. To express the same kind of unified support of America's foreign policy, in times of crisis, that the Republicans expressed for President Obama.
7. To believe and support the President's patriotism, belief in a common good for all America, and genuine best interest in governing the country as well as he can exactly as the Republicans did for President Obama.
I hereby do so pledge!"
Or, we could just win this thing.
Go back to work!! Phonebank, canvass, persuade, drive a voter to the voting booth, GOTV! LET'S GO!