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  1. The authors present a recent events pro- democratic narrative that is one sided, outright or misrepresent quantitative data, systematically overlook the democrats 'bare- knuckled biased fighting as well as ignore the political and economic greater shift realities of America in the 21st century
  2. The authors give a short exchange noting that during the negotiations with the speaker, the president made a demand of increase in taxes by extra $400 billion parlance
  3. Ornstein and Mann claim to have hard data that could justify their claims
  4. The authors reject bromides proposed to handle gridlock such as indigents' new party formation as well as balanced budget amendment adoption
  5. The authors suggest a sequence of reforms that according to them will assists the Democrats in overwhelming the Republicans within the electoral arena, for instance the use of voter registration requirements, moving the day of elections to a weekend, as well as making voting compulsory
  6. Problems stated by Mann and Ornstein lack enough evidence to prove them true

The book ?It's Even Worse than It Looks: How the American Constitutional System Collided with the New Politics of Extremism? by Norman J. and Thomas E. Mann Ornstein analyses American politics. The books says that today's US congress has come to a congestion state caused by the two political parties in America moving to solidly right wing and left wing sides abandoning the center as well as becoming passionately argumentative.

[...] The fact has been mentioned, however, there lacks consideration if as well as by how far the president's allies pulled him to the left, or if Mr. Obama was applying his own political games. The authors' argument is unwarranted hence unbelievable and unacceptable (Cost). Ornstein and Mann claim to have hard data that could justify their claims. They come up with an ideological polarization graph that has been derived from political scientists Howard Rosenthal and Keith Poole's analysis, which allegedly does demonstrate that republicans a made a wider move from the middle compared to the democrats. [...]


[...] Problems stated by Mann and Ornstein lack enough evidence to prove them true. This is a good reason that they may not have any impact in the next two years because their existence is questionable. Mann and Ornstein have argued politically lacking blaming Republican Party and favoring the Democrats, as any politician does to make the opposite side appear to be at fault so as to win the voters trust. Americans should not be shocked by the arguments of these authors but should look forward to building the nation. [...]

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