My husband is much more conservative politically than I am. I'm more of a right-leaning moderate. We agree on some things and disagree on others. For example, he's attending a TEA Party rally on Friday, but I have no interest in going. I agree with some of their views, but I just don't know enough about them yet. How 'bout you and your partner?
Yes, my husband and I are closely aligned politically. I couldn't be with him if we weren't
My wife is nonpolitical so its one less thing we have to fight about.
when it comes to the bedroom, I have urged her on many occasions to embrace communism...
but sadly, I am more often in not left to my own devices as an independent
Voting for the GOP would be grounds for divorce in our house. I only recall voting for one Republican candidate--Governor William E. Milliken who was the kind of Republican who is nearly extinct these days.
So basically Stockholm syndrome has set in at the Deeds house?
Nope. Honesty and decency and concern for the public interest.
Sure, Ralph - I'm sure there are no honest, decent Republicans who care about their fellow man. Why don't you research which group gives more to charities?
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