He goes on to describe the current partisan divide as a nasty bi-product of President Obama's effort to restore some comity in Washington. If the Democratic usurper wanted it, Republicans must strike back by utterly rejecting any serious effort to get along or even govern. Okay, well and good as description.
But what's different about the current President from any other? Oh yeah, he's a Black man.
For too many among us, that's impossible -- time for a war to save the white race. Sure, not all Republicans go there, but the prevalence of that sentiment gives energy to many Republicans' maniacal fantasy of regressing to a brutal dog-eat-dog society for happy heroic (male) individuals. They seem to have lost any concern for the collective good. They look toward a future in which citizens of the United States won't look like their children. It's burn it all down now time, all to overthrow the illegitimate Kenyan imposter.
Don't tell me the President's race is not a big part of "what happened?"