Lots of Clinton supports like her ideas. Many of those are conservative Democrats.
I'm just musing on the fact that most liberals I know who like Clinton tell me that they don't believe her words on her illiberal policies (like flag burning), and just think she's doing it to get elected. I actually am according her the respect of thinking she believes in her ideas.
Look at the person who just wrote in the comments that Clinton will not keep troops in Iraq and attacked me for writing that she will do what she herself has said she will do.
At least on some level, liberals preference cooperation, respect, emphasizing areas of agreement, and so on.
That's entirely untrue. Conservatives are far superior at building coalitions. But it does fit into my larger point, which is that you equate disagreement with not being cooperative. This is just weird. People can disagree with each other and cooperate with each other.
No, Biden's plan is to divide the country and leave US troops in there. You can't pick and choose the parts of the baby you like.
Biden acknowledges that his plan could require a long-term, though much reduced, U.S. military presence in Iraq, much as U.S. troops have helped keep peace among once-warring ethnic communities in the Balkans.