Presidential Candidates Set a Good Example for Married People

Nov. 10, 2012 / By


 Blog, by Alicia Marie, Richmond Pulse

My reason for watching CNN on election night was different from the majority of most Americans for the simple fact that I don’t vote, so the results didn’t really matter to me. However, I’m not ignorant of the issues or about how politics work, and I wanted to see what people were saying after the polls closed.

What I didn’t realize was how much I was going to be affected by the final speeches given by each presidential candidate. It wasn’t the election issues they bought up (i.e. healthcare, abortion, gay marriage) that most affected me – it was the way both candidates treated their wives.

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