post-partisan
 adj.— «The challenges Mr. Schwarzenegger faces for being, as he calls himself, “post-partisan,” and pushing the legislation he craves, were evident Tuesday night in Sacramento when he addressed the Legislature. His plans for spending money—on new bond issues, on health care, on the environment—were met with grimaces from many Republican colleagues, who were buoyed by his promises to build more prisons and increase college tuition, ideas that offend more liberal lawmakers.» —“As States Innovate, Schwarzenegger Blurs Lines” by Jennifer Steinhauer in Los Angeles, California New York Times July 12, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)