If you're thinking, “HELL NO,” you're hardly alone.We live in a very polarized era where relationships (even friendships) between Republicans and Democrats are fairly taboo. When liberals and conservatives can't even have civilized conversations, how can you expect them to succeed romantically?Could a person who's feeling the Bern have a good time dating someone who wants to “make America great again”? I'm imagining a Sanders and Trump supporter heading out for a drink together only to come to the topic of the election, ultimately prompting a barroom brawl (induced by too much tequila).
Age 55 From Burlington, North Carolina Online - Today Woman Seeking Man (7184 Kilometers Away) I want to live life to the fullest!And my mother, who is vehemently liberal, is happily married to my stepfather, a lifelong Republican. The way a person votes offers a pretty accurate reflection of his or her inherent values.But there is a lot more to people than their political affiliations. There's also evidence political differences can actually be a benefit in some relationships."Overall, we have slight differences, but what I am most thankful for is that we can have healthy, passionate debates without discrediting each other or taking anything personally," she said."We both respect each other's opinions and views, which is 100% necessary if you're dating someone who has a different ideology than you."This kind of openness applies to young men too.