Or rather, what I wish I were reading now, if I weren't so busy~
I recently picked up Mary Matalin and James Carville's new book, Love and War. I'm not that far into it yet, but I can't wait to read the secrets behind the twenty-year marriage of politicos who are polar opposites. How could they live together when they work so passionately for opposing sides? Remember, I'm not talking about normal couples who have different views on things, healthy debates and lots of making up. No, I'm talking about people who live, breathe, eat and dream politics for opposite sides. People who have worked tirelessly leading opposing presidential campaigns. People who write that they didn't even speak to each other after the Florida recount. And speaking of speaking, what could their pillow talk possibly be like? While I'm wondering about all of these things, do you think it matters? Do you think that a person's political views are just that, views, or in some extreme cases, are they something more, an extension of their morality?