Well, the Israelis and the Palestinians managed to pull it off on a few occasions. It looks like the politicos on the central committee and chairman Hasan Harnett may be close to kissing and making up:
From: Hasan Harnett <email@example.com>
Date: 4/19/16 10:56 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: Hasan Harnett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Reconciliation: NCGOP Executive Committee
Dear Members of the NCGOP Executive Committee;
After many weeks of intensive debate and deliberation on the appropriate roles and responsibilities of the Party Chairman and Central Committee, and after a number of unfortunate allegations of illegal behavior by both parties, I am pleased to report the members of the NCGOP Central Committee and I are in the final stages of consummating a reconciliation document. I am encouraged by the contents of the draft reconciliation document that was addressed on April 12th, 2016. I have returned it with some proposed minor revisions to clarify a few statements and to make it more complete. This document should provide our leadership with a framework for working together with greater harmony and respect as we jointly pursue efforts to grow our party and raise essential funds for the fall elections.
I look forward to seeing and speaking with many of you at our Annual Convention in Greensboro, May 6-8, 2016. If you haven’t already done so, please navigate to our Convention website to register at your earliest convenience. http://ncgopconvention.com/
With warm regards,
Oh, and here is a text of where this reported reconciliation stands. (You’ll notice that it is “Draft 9.” )
I’ll have to give Harnett credit. I don’t think that I could ever work in a peaceful, trustful, cooperative manner with people who had treated me like he’s been treated. Talk about turning the other cheek. Forgiving and forgetting.