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The power couple is a vital facet of Washington politics that often goes unrecognized. Why do you think Bill and Hillary stayed together for so long? The person a politician shares his or her arm with is just as important as that politician’s stance on immigration or gay marriage.

Washington D.C. needs more power couples, even if just to keep the American people entertained. So, since your amusement is our number one priority, we came up with seven political power couples that really need to make it official.

Note: Many of these pairings would never happen in a million years. But, hey, we can dream can’t we?

Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz: The Extreme Right Wing Couple

Hilary Clinton and Chris Christie: The “Keep-Your-Friends-Close-And-Your-Enemies-Closer” Couple

Wendy Davis and Al Gore: The Crazy Activist Couple

Kelly Ayotte and Marco Rubio: The Swing-State Couple

Michelle Bachmann and Mike Lee: The Tea Party Couple

Nancy Pelosi and John Boehner: The “Why-Can’t-We-All-Just-Get-Along” Couple

Lindsey Graham and John McCain: The Bromance-Turned-Romance Couple

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