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If there's one thing you can be sure of, it's that in a few months, you'll be overwhelmed by news stories with headlines like these: She's a liberal Democrat — maybe a commie! How can we live without advice columns calming the turgid panic surrounding the American political mating rituals? They're all about hand-wringing over dangerous liaisons between men and women who find themselves ideologically opposed. Soon we'll understand that our species is not long for this earth. And letting politics divert you from staring into her eyes and holding her hand is unnatural.
Whatever would we do without those stories on political biology in Sunday lifestyle sections?
I spoke to Billy (name has been changed) who says that although he recently ended things with a conservative woman, he doesn't let that discourage him from dating outside of his own political ideology."There's no screening and I'm not vetting people based on what party they align themselves with," he told over the phone.
He said that "a person's political position at the end of the day matters less," adding, "It's more about the reasons behind their position than any kind of label they attach themselves." That open-mindedness isn't just love speaking; it's an encouraging indicator of a political tolerance for a whole generation.
Betty and I have been married for more than 30 years.
On this page you'll find all the available democrat dating sites."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.Or at least I heard that on a talk show, so it must be kind of true.If these surveys are in fact true — and right now I don't care if they are — anyone who lets politics interfere with romance is probably too idiotic to raise children and should probably be chemically altered for the greater good. Right now I bet there's some generic young Republican college student reading The Nation, just so he gets the buzzwords right so he might date that girl in Madison with the big brown eyes. Listen to a new episode of "The Chicago Way" podcast with John Kass and Jeff Carlin — with guest Kristen Mc Queary of the Tribune Editorial Board — at