Former President Bill Clinton said he finds Indiana Senate nominee Richard Mourdock's opposition to compromise "disturbing," reports ABC News.
Clinton railed against Mourdock's aversion to compromise said at a fiscal summit in Washington Tuesday. “But he said, ‘I am totally against any compromise, our worldviews are irreconcilable, and we just have to keep fighting till somebody wins it all,'" Clinton said of Mourdock, who ousted longtime Republican Sen. Dick Lugar in last week's Indiana Senate primary.
“And if that were the view, there would have never been a Constitution, there never would have been a Bill of Rights, the Capitol would never have been moved to Washington, D.C., the federal government would not have assumed the debts of the colonies from the Revolutionary War, and nothing else would have happened,” Clinton said.
Mourdock, Clinton hedged, is "a very appealing sort of person" and whom he "likes him personally."