Conservatives in America, especially since the election of President Obama and the rise of both Pauls, have been largely uncooperative. They simply say no to bills in the name of fiscal conservatism. This, of course, is foolish. If a government doesn't spend money on its country, the country doesn't improve.
Yes, conservatives tend to only think from their point of view, meaning that they believe that their belief is the only right way. Conservatives are not willing to open up their mind to the view points of others speaking. One must also keep in mind though, that is why they are called conservatives. They are obviously not ones to be open minded.
Conservatives in the United States of America are not uncooperative. They have tried on numerous attempts to work with the democrats in the house and senate to compromise and approve bills and laws for the betterment of the US citizens. The democrats have proven to be very difficult to work with.
Conservatives in America are not uncooperative. They just believe things that sometimes the government sees differently. I do not think that this means that they are uncooperative just that they want to be able to live their own lifestyle with the best intentions. I think that conservatives in America are not uncooperative.
Many conservatives in America fall into the same trap as any other group in America, the extreme examples get used as reference points, when in reality they are not representative of the group as a whole. Talk show hosts who lambast their guests or mock the government paint a worse picture than is the reality.