Eleanor Clift on whether the party went too far on a divisive topic—and whether it will turn off undecided voters.
And just in case anyone missed her larger point about Obama, she went on to call the remarks “elitist and divisive.”
Sarah Palin has gone from the most divisive figure in politics to the most polarizing within the GOP.
Mark McKinnon, a top adviser in President George W. Bush's campaigns, acknowledged the value of picking a divisive opponent.
What a creative way to champion healing: divisive and ugly rhetoric.
Many a divisive motion hath not been counted dangerous, of those which tended to divide us from the Covenanted cause.
All these divisive and disintegrating forces were in active operation.
The divisive force of Protestantism seemed to have spent itself.
Only the last two of these had any lasting importance as divisive issues.
Political ideals and customs were also a divisive force in Illinois society.