Republican dating liberal
“I would rather my daughter dated a member of MS-13 than a member of the Republican Party,” he wrote.
Rousseau has published pieces with VICE Sports, among other publications.
But I'm going to urge people — particularly women — to reconsider.
In the last couple of years, messages coming from the media and our culture in general have told us that our political preferences are central to who we are.
Pundits, politicians, musicians, actors and corporations insist we must pick a side, whether it’s which chicken sandwiches we eat, which airlines we fly, which nonprofits we support or which people we love (or even befriend).
He also read up on conservative wonkery and consulted with the smartest people the right has to offer.Increasingly, people have added political preferences to further filter out the supposedly undesirables.And, if you’re sifting through the pool of a large dating app, petty pickiness might seem justified because you’re still presented with hundreds of options (though their “truthiness” may vary).President Donald Trump touted at its official unveiling Wednesday has, like all changes in the tax code, winners and losers.It tilts toward corporations and wealthier Americans, but it offers something for less well-heeled taxpayers, as well. If you live in a high-tax state like New York, sorry.
What happens when a liberal sets out to look at issues from a conservative perspective?