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Political term wherein members of the democratic and the republican parties agree on a particular piece of legislation. (Also see 'mythology.')
This legislation needs bipartisan support in order to pass...I'll vote for your piece of shit pork barrel legislation that I don't believe in, if you'll vote against your morals and support my tax-wasting special-interest initiative."
by Tom H April 08, 2003
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Paper product used as a barrier against unwanted messes, such as the liner at the bottom of a bird cage.
Please put a New York Times under that before it gets all over the place.
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1) A politician who publicly identifies himself as heterosexual but exposes himself inside the mens' restroom.

2) A politician who votes against his/her beliefs because he/she is demonized by members of the opposite party.
1) Craig proved he was bipartisan in the airport restroom.

2) President Obama is seeking bipartisan support for his financial reform plan.
by weird tattoo guy April 28, 2010
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Adj. A compromising endeavor which leaves no one happy and everyone better off.
Bipartisan politics is a great idea...much like communism.

Today, bipartisan solutions are equally commonsense and unlikely.

"Haley, would you like to participate in a bipartisan love sandwich with me and Steve? Dave has got the video."
by Pie Bart Instant Ship June 29, 2013
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Something that doesn't always make sense. When two parties work together, assuming neither one of them is trying to deport anyone or register them in a nationwide database or prevent them from being able to go out in public.
King Solomon: I will cut the baby in half.
Democrats: That sounds like a good bipartisan solution.
by Catty McGee March 10, 2017
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