commentary The Google co-founder bemoans the "bonfire of partisanship" that has gripped Washington. Perhaps he wants to move into the political arena to make a bigger contribution to the country.
The Google co-founder asks elected officials to withdraw from their political parties so they can spend energy on constructive government rather than attacking one other.
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