Politics makes strange bedfellows

Politics makes strange bedfellows.

Prov. People who would normally dislike and avoid one another will work together if they think it is politically useful to do so. Jill: I never would have thought that genteel, aristocratic candidate would pick such a rabble-rousing, rough-mannered running mate. Jane: Politics makes strange bedfellows.
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It also adds credence to the contention that politics makes strange bedfellows.
Politics makes strange bedfellows and political trade-offs are common in all arenas.
Proving the old axiom that politics makes strange bedfellows, corporate giants like Duke Energy and Dow Chemical are on the record expressing strong reservations about the drive to export gas.
They say politics makes strange bedfellows, and we can certainly trace this with the isolationist movement, which tended to attract people on both the far left and far right," Nichols said.
It's been said that politics makes strange bedfellows.
They say politics makes strange bedfellows, and when you have Democrats and Republicans, business and labor, education and taxpayers all opposing Proposition 88, it shows that these diverse interests do, in fact, share many common values.
As we progress further into global manufacturing and business, the old maxim about how politics makes strange bedfellows tends to apply to corporate politics, as well.
If politics makes strange bedfellows, this year's presidential election is no exception.
True then as now, politics makes strange bedfellows, as we follow the machinations of men such as Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, et al.
They say politics makes strange bedfellows," observed Barry Lynn of Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
Politics makes strange bedfellows but trade and commercial interests also are great levelers of intellectual, ideological, regional or cultural differences.
Politics makes strange bedfellows indeed, but it wasn't long before fissures in this new alliance began to surface.
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Sometimes politics makes strange bedfellows,'' said Rodriguez.
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