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I Have a Good Friend That I Don't Agree With, Should I Hate Him? | Mandelman Matters

``I don't really believe that we're nearly as polarized as we appear to be.  After all, we all want quality, affordable health care or an immigration policy that makes sense or a growing economy.  There are, of course, some issues that might divide some of us, but just because you're not on the same side of an issue that I am, doesn't mean I think you're a terrible person necessarily.''
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