William A. Galston finds public sentiment for compromise growing (Hunger Grows for Progress Through Compromise, Oct. 22 WSJ). But Mr. Galston only sees compromise as the other side seeing things his way, not the other way around.
Compromise enabling any big government program at all is what led us to the unaffordable mess of debt that haunts our children today. I agree, Mr. Galston. Compromise, it’s your turn.