On the night of the second debate, she texted him saying that she thought that Hillary won, which was a huge mistake and made him reveal his true colors. He got really angry with her and they got into this huge argument. He said things like:
"Oh, you don't like him because you believe he's a racist, sexist, bigot? Don't be a sheep like the rest of them."
And he went on about how he believed that trump won and things like that, which really made her upset. She's not ignoring him and refuses to talk to him for a couple of days and is thinking about breaking up with him. Do you think she should?
- Yes. It's petty.
- I think she should at least try and work things out with him.
- No, she has her reasons.
- I think it is wrong but she is free to do what she wants.
- Other (explain)
Most Helpful Guy
it's not going to change and will likely get worse after Hillary wins. As she implements the plans she has for our country, it will continue making him mad as she thinks Hillary is doing wonderful things. I don't care for Trump at all, but I do know what Hillary is going to do. All these kids that think college will be free as well as medical care are going to be paying for all that free stuff for the rest of their lives. Hillary abs Bernie have you all believing they will make the top 1% pay for it. The real truth, regardless of political crap is that the top 5% can't pay for it even if you taxed them 100%. A simple question for those that think this is so great... If you had a business that makes you rich, are you going to be motivated to keep working you ass off to be successful when Hillary take a huge part of your income. How is Hillary going to produce more good paying jobs by making the job providers stop hiring. Obamacare has already put millions of full time workers be moved to part time work because of the expensive regulations imposed on businesses. Many companies that employ more than 50 employees have cut to less than 50 due to Obamacare. Many businesses are leaving because of all the regulations and high taxes here. If you had a business, you would be making decisions like these as well. Again, where are all these great paying jobs coming from that she promises. What about all the jobs that have been lost and will continue to be lost because of the businesses shutting down and moving to countries that understand how important job makers are. All these people who want her will be bitching when the reality hits them. If they complain to me, I will strongly remind them that they wanted it and to shut up. It's one of those "watch out what you wish for". The sad part is I will have to watch all the people who understand how things really work suffer just as much as those who are at fault. Again, I don't like Trump, but I, without a doubt, know what I get with Hillary.1
Most Helpful Girl
Everyone has the right to date/not date or break up with someone for any reason they see fit. If she wants to break up with him over this, that's her right. I'm pretty conservative and seriously doubt I could ever date anyone with such drastically different political views. In many cases, political views and beliefs have a lot to do with a person's overall values. I wouldn't want to date someone who didn't share similar values and beliefs as me.
This is also an extremely polarized election so a lot of people have very strong opinions which can cause tensions if someone has such different views from their partner.2