It is often said that foreign policy is shaped by the domestic struggle, in which national interest should prevail in the end. Bipartisan foreign policy is pursued by most of the politicians, at least verbally. And the best guiding principle for bipartisan foreign policy is based on the national interest. Although sometimes it is arguable who can best define the real national interest, more frequently the general public can judge who is manipulating personal interests at the expense of national interests. Through the reactions from the two major camps to China's Anti-Secession Law, we see contradictory responses and strategies. We hope such differences came from multiple angles developed by different party focuses. What matters most is the protection for Taiwan's national interest still dictate over politician's mindset. We believe in democratic societies, any self-interest addicted behavior would be severely punished in elections. Any gains at the expense of the national interest will become meaningless in the end.