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dancegirl: I actually don't really blame her for getting upset about it. HOWEVER, she would be the first person to raise an issue like that if someone else involved in this impeachment situation were married to another person - whether those two agreed or not . And don't forget that there have been other couples who were married and on opposite sides of the fence, who regularly took potshots at what the other said or supported and didn't get upset about it. Thinking specifically about Carvelle and Matlin. They were good humored about it and laughed it off. Of course, that was back in the day when people could behave professionally and with integrity while still disagreeing - in other words, before trump.