- Understandable: If it can divide a country, I can see why it would kill a marriage. The political and idealistic differences were just too much.Vote A
- Unacceptable: A single election is no excuse for the unraveling of a marriage. They should've worked it out.Vote B
- Questionable: If THIS made them divorce, they weren't strong enough to begin with. There were other issues.Vote C
Most Helpful Girl
I don't think it was the election itself that caused their divorce. It was the way the election HIGHLIGHTED their differing views, beliefs, and priorities. This election has really thrown a lot of important issues into light; issues that revolve around human rights and the very core values of what is important to our country, its people, and the world.
I think I'd have a very hard time being in a relationship with someone who didn't share my political views to begin with. But this election has threatened ideas that I never thought would be in question, so I can see how it would break up a couple who previously thought they could handle their differences.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
If politics or religion split them up how'd they get together in the first place? I really don't care what my partner thinks about politics or religion as long as we agree to disagree and leave it alone. If we have a problem with it obviously it's stupid to get married anyway.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE