Calling people names, suggesting they are subhuman for their views, does not a big-tent
After meeting in Brussels with NATO foreign ministers, Clinton said, "We presented the idea of what is being called a big-tent
meeting, with all the parties who have a stake and an interest in Afghanistan.
The deal means the hospital's Imagine appeal will be showcased at each big-tent
concert this summer, and will receive the support of every celebrity performer.
Because of the infrequent nature of this kind of big-tent
event, no organization would loose control over its own identity for that short period of time; yet, they would all foster greater cooperation both within the global interfaith movement and without.
Most or all of these would have been anathema in the era of big-tent
Cold War liberalism; in an age where the individual's duty to the state is no longer so clear, we live with them comfortably.
As a gay man, I am tired of being lumped into a big-tent
category that includes the gender-dysphoric."
Here's another ambition for our governor, one that will boost his national ambitions to boot: become the Big-Tent
Republican we keep hearing about.
To the consternation of the Christian Coalition, Dole and McCain (who rank second and third in most polls) have also been preaching the big-tent
rhetoric that almost disappeared from the GOP lexicon following the 1994 Gingrich revolution.
Though a long-time Republican, Bauer shares none of his party colleagues' current obsession with cultivating a "big-tent
" image for the GOP.
"We subscribe to the big-tent
theory," he says, noting that participants and volunteer trainers are from such diverse groups as Greenpeace, Earth First!, and the Native Forest Network.
John Cornyn - bedeviled by some in the tea party who'd prefer him to be more Ted Cruz-like - said Friday Republicans must prove they can govern like 'responsible adults' and be a big-tent
party welcoming a variety of people who share their principles."