What party lines?

Great piece from New Jersey 101.5! As a long time listener and allegedly frequent caller-in-er I really appreciate Bill Spadea. I may not always agree, but I'm glad that he takes the time and brings the energy. This is a great illustration of the upside to looking beyond the party. I've experienced what happens when people break the line and it ain't pretty. 

I'd love to see the "vote the line" rhetoric disappear altogether. 

It's lazy communication, assumes a lack of intelligence on the voter side and certainly encourages groupthink.