Chuck Schumer is so enamored with his new bipartisan bestie, John McCain, that he wants to clone the Arizona senator. Previously we thought cloning was the kind of thing Schumer would denounce at a Friday morning press conference. "Well look, I think the Senate has had a pretty good six months, a lot better than either house has had in awhile," Schumer told HuffPost's Sam Stein. "There have been a good number of bipartisan initiatives that have passed, of course immigration, but the farm bill, the agreement that we worked out on the nominations, the water bill, Violence Against Women Act, the fiscal cliff -- quite a bit has been passed in a bipartisan mode in the Senate. The House seems to just be dysfunctional. It's sort of breaking down...Why aren't there more John McCains? It's not a mystery why there's a John McCain. The question is, why hasn't even a stronger group in the House created some John McCains? And the redistricting system makes it much harder."