Separating political idiologies from the people who hold them? #FPQ

This week for his FPQ fandango asks us…

In your interpersonal relationships with acquaintances, friends, and family, are you able to separate political ideologies from the people who hold them? Why or why not?

Well, as a rule, when I am chatting to friends or family, I steer clear of talking about politics.

Not only because I hate politics, but because there is so much controversary, and such a huge divide amongst everyone when it comes to politics.

If people do insist on talking politics, then I will excuse myself and go out of the room.

Or I will just say, politics is not my cup of tea, and leave it at that.

I am not one to get into huge arguments about it.

Politics and discussing it, does always seem to lead to huge arguments.

I will say here, that in my personal opinion, politicians are all liars. They are all corrupt. But that is just my personal opinion and I know there are many who won’t agree and that’s ok with me if you don’t agree with me on that.

Fandango’s Provocative Question #197 – This, That, and the Other (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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