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E Cupp lookalike host that warns of the perils of inter-party dating.
When arch enemies Nancy Pelosi and John Boehner exchanged a fleeting moment of passion after a House Majority leadership vote, the photo of the exchange went viral, and not just because of its supreme awkwardness.
Instances of interpolitical tenderness are about as rare as Congress passing a bill.
Although we are very politically engaged, adopting labels seems unnecessary at best or counterproductive at worst.
We are more likely to identify as independents and tend to connect with issues rather than parties.