The debate "Political views directly influence who you are friends with or like to associate with" was started by
January 29, 2016, 5:22 pm.
By the way, ReadyToBegin is disagreeing with this statement.
12 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 11 people are on the disagree side.
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ReadyToBegin posted 2 arguments, PsychDave posted 1 argument, danielle posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
llemponen, omactivate, AngryBlogger and 9 visitors agree.
ReadyToBegin, PsychDave, ThiagoCarfi, sasamikowa3, akdavid, danielle, repalevivek39 and 4 visitors disagree.
I'm more of a centrist (in my opinion) who leans right. I have friends from both sides but most are conservative.
It does not if one knew the literal meaning of politics which is how you are friends with both favoring and opposing parties and making peace with everybody for your people's benefits.
my best friend is a Christian, I am definitely not. we have been friends forever.we know what each other believe but that doesn't mean we cant be friends??
I have friends who are ultraconservative libertarians, and who are socialists. I have environmentalist, vegan friends and a beef farming father. I have friends of varying political beliefs and, while we certainly don't always agree, we are intelligent enough to be able to discuss our opinions.
you think you like someone until you find out they are a liberal atheist. lol. but then I get to argue with them, and that's fun. lol.
I have no friends who are atheist or strong liberals.
I agree. Also when I do, I actually like the fact that some of my friends have different views. There is something special about it . . . (politics) does tear my family apart.
I don't tend to discuss politics with my friends. and I'm pretty sure we wouldn't agree on many things if I did.