Bill SINGER: [I]t's time that we started drawing the line--the one that separates those who are part of the problem from those who are part of the solution. If you just want to complain and have nothing substantive to offer by way of reform, stand over there. If you have some constructive ideas, stand over here.
You know the old saying: You're either part of the solution or you're part of the problem. Well, that's where we have arrived.
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