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Do political affiliations matter in relationships?
They say opposites attract, but at what point does opposition cross the line? Could you be with someone who had different political views than you? Would it matter in the long run or should politics stay out of relationships entirely?
It shouldn't matter all that much. When it's all said and done we are really on our own regardless of which political party is in power. Awhile back I wrote a hub called Polictical Gridlock: It's The American Way!"
http://dashingscorpio.hubpages.com/hub/ … whatwewant
As long as a couple agrees on money issues, household chores, sexual frequency & quality, rasing chidren, and maintain shared goals for the future they will be fine. Most political arguments are over hypothetical situations which don't effect most people. Even with the wars protest was very limited because we no longer have a draft. Belonging to different political parties should have about as much of an effect on a relationship as preferring to sleep on a particular side of the bed or having different favorite hobbies. Politics is pratically like sports. Can a Red Sox fan and a Yankee fan survive together? :-)
Not sure if this counts,but I was seeing a guy and had been for awhile. He proudly stated that he voted for Bush.I I proudly never saw him again.
by Marc Lee2 years ago
Can you date someone who has different political or religious views than your own?
by Michelle Orelup15 months ago
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by Nicola Thompson5 years ago
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by jagandelight7 years ago
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by Christin Sander5 years ago
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by ahorseback17 months ago
We all have to wonder , Is politics really worth that ? I know that it is becoming more and more known that marriages , parents and children, grandparents , whoever .......are divided right now , I...
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