DeMoss, for his part, paraphrased Roger Staubach, Hall of Fame passer for the Dallas Cowboys, "There are no traffic jams on the high road."
"I love that," DeMoss said. "I try to live that way. I don't think you can lose taking the high road. And if you do lose on the high road, I'd rather lose on the high road than to win in the gutter."
DeMoss on the Politico website
DeMoss at a National Press Club discussion on civility (full audio available at the bottom of that webpage
DAVIS: Civility makes strange bedfellows, an article in The Washington Times
Lanny Davis takes on Bill O'Reilly
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