Reading this article (link below) made me think.... I honestly don't think I'd be able to have a relationship with somebody who believed pretty much the exact opposite I do, especially since I'm pretty passionate about my beliefs...
Political philosophies, religious views and economics are really fundamental in the basis of our relationship. We have our own views on things...but there are some big issues we have to have solid foundation together or it is awfully hard to build on it. I am constantly stunned at the couple who get married and have never discussed children, or child rearing views, p[olitics, religion, budgeting strategies etc. Those are big deal breaking issues if we can't work together on them.
Answer by GrnEyedGrandma at 8:04 PM on Oct. 28, 2010
I used to run a souveneir shop downtown and one time these two ladies were in line saying they couldn't believe that someone else's daughter was marrying a republican....When they got to the counter I said ..Hey if a Kennedy can marry a republican ANYONE can...They started laughing..they didn't know I heard their convo....They were saying it was just suprising to them...lol
James Carville is married to a republican
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