I just heard a news story about a wife who divorced her husband because he was thinking of voting for a different candidate than her. I became curious about other households. I'd love to know if you live in a household where you and your significant other disagree on who should have won the presidency?
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Thank you for sharing your opinion, Kathleen. Realizing that there are subjects between you where there is no compromise is wise. Fortunately, my husband and I agree on political matters. However, on matters where we disagree, we let it go.
Thanks Tamara, I am referring to a story where the wife asked for a divorce because her husband merely "thought" of voting republican. See the Gayle McCormick story. There are many similar stories, but this one caught my attention.
Marlene, I was about 2 comment until I read U want a specific response 2 that particular situation.100% ludicrous! That woman was just waiting 4 an excuse 2 divorce!! She chose an absolutely incredible & unacceptable 1 & she qualifies as STUP
No, Paula, not a specific situation. Just... do you live in a household where you and your significant other have differing political views. Nothing more in depth than that.
I agree. We are different people coming together from different backgrounds, so our viewpoints may or may not be the same.
Supporting who is in control is difficult, but I am in agreement with you. Once elected, we owe it to that person to support them. In America, there is always an opportunity to vote them out.