Which married couples in politics give the extreme in representing the value of marriage?
Take a married couple and try to apply your idea of marriage, and see if you can also see the opposite of that.
Married couple X is my idea of marriage.
Married couple Y is the opposite of my idea of marriage.
This is a personal opinion. To me, Mr. and Mrs. Obama are the prime example of a good marriage. They seem to be in love even after all these years and they are raising their daughters right. The opposite of them would be Mr. and Mrs.Clinton. (My opinion) They seem happy and might even still be in love but, he did cheat on her and he did lie about it. I don't know how a relationship can be a healthy one if there is no trust. Trust and respect should be the basis of a loving relationship.
Interesting choices out of the entire history of US politicians, but they do appear to be at opposite extremes as the question stated.
yes. I am only portraying modern day couples. It would be unfair to speak of something I am not familiar with.
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