It’s certainly easier to be with someone whose values align with our own, but we would be open to meeting someone and seeing what happens. This happened recently to two of my friends in our over-politicized society. Living in Los Angeles, Courtenay didn’t assume anything about the political leanings of her blind date; she was simply open to meeting a new guy and seeing what happened over dinner.
What happened was he started talking politics and mentioned how difficult it made his job as a playwright. Or perhaps they just have a difference of opinion.’” He continued to spew hate against the people he said were hateful to , and then wanted to get even more political by talking about President Trump.
When someone is seeking a relationship with another like-minded individual or someone with the same political mind set, it can be quite difficult.A 2009 survey of married couples found that only 9% were cross-party pairs.And it's gotten worse in recent years: In 1960, 4% of Democrats and 5% of Republicans said they'd be displeased if their children married an opposing party member; in 2010, those numbers were up to 33% of Democrats and 49% of Republicans.It might not be a bad idea, especially given that there are few longtime success stories like Carville and Matalin in the world.When arch enemies Nancy Pelosi and John Boehner exchanged a fleeting moment of passion after a House Majority leadership vote, the photo of the exchange went viral, and not just because of its supreme awkwardness.Conservatives marry for the long haul and we provide a safe forum for them to find a lifelong partner.” Citing an independent poll that reveals more and more conservatives are focused on finding a partner who shares the same political and world view, the site promises a “Lib-Free” dating pool.