Tuesday, October 14, 2008

A house divided: Spouses split over candidates - Behavior- msnbc.com

When Jonathan Doyle, 40, talks politics, you can hear the passion rising in his voice. A question, say one about Sarah Palin, sets off a 20-minute monologue starting with an incredulous “I don’t even know what to say about that,” and concluding with exclamation points: “a vice-presidential candidate winking at everyone! I mean, when did we start to accept that!?”But ask Amy Ryberg Doyle, 38, Jonathan’s wife, about Palin and she says “I like her!”Jonathan simply cannot fathom how his wife, the woman he loves, the woman whose qualities he shamelessly praises, the mother of his three children, can consider voting for the McCain-Palin ticket when the superiority of the Obama-Biden ticket is so obvious to him.
A house divided: Spouses split over candidates - Behavior- msnbc.com
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