During the 2016 election, Trump made it clear that he didn't care about women and minorities.
So, if you’re a woman or a minority, or you have friends who are women and/or minorities, and you care about their wellbeing, saying, “I think we’re different people,” is a pretty polite way to turn down someone who doesn’t care about minorities’ human rights.
Some people shared other (unrelated) surprises they had learned upon meeting someone for a blind date.
Brenda continued, “Well, he also told a friend of mine that he liked history but, there’s so much we don’t know because of all the history we lost in the “great flood”.“
This person reminisced about a time when a contestant from Real World: New York turned down a date for being a Bush supporter.
Some people would have dumped a person with a different political ideology quickly–no matter what–because of their personalities. But it seems that people who are not a decisive as the second person in this post are becoming more solidified in their decisions to or not to date someone of who voted for a different presidential candidate.
People had all kinds of suggestions for the girl that left Bryan at the dinner table.
Amanda Whitcomb replied, “I need to have some of those printed and hand them out to family members. Maybe I’ll put them in HOLIDAY cards.”
Lots of people strict guidelines about what they can accept in a romantic partner–politics aside.
Some people can’t stand Ayn Rand. Some people can’t stand Kevin James. Some people can’t stand blatant misogyny, xenophobia, and racism.