Senator Charles Grassley, the partisan Republican, is applauding President Bush’s economic stimulus package. But Grassley, the pragmatic politician, says it’ll be a combination of ideas from Republicans and Democrats that’ll be what passes the Senate Finance Committee which he leads. Grassley says nothing will get done in the closely divided Senate without bipartisan support. Grassley says he’s interested in plans that will work quickly and stimulate the creation of jobs. Grassley says all ideas will be on the table.Grassley will meet with the Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee and find out what is possible, and may reveal details of a compromise package by the end of the month.