Report: The Romneys Never Argue

Mitt and Ann were married in March 1969, and by the time she gave an interview to The Boston Globe in 1994, Ann said she could count the number of arguments they’d had on one finger. Their friends and five sons back her up. “I know there are things that she says that he doesn’t agree with sometimes, and I see him kind of bite his tongue,” oldest son Tagg tells two Globe reporters in a new book. But “they go and discuss it in private. He doesn’t ever contradict my mother in public.” When Mormons marry, they’re “sealed” for eternity, and encouraged to perfect their marriages, religion professor Laurie Maffly-Kipp tells The New York Times. “It’s like constant marriage counseling.” – The Week

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