Two friends with radically different political views meet outside a polling booth on election day.
One turns to the other and says “You know, we’ve argued about policies and philosophy for months, and we’re obviously going to vote for different candidates. Our votes will cancel each other out anyway, so why don’t we just call it a draw and go home instead?”
The other woman pauses, thinks for a minute, nods her head and they part ways to go back to their cars.
A man who overheard the conversation approaches the dealmaker and says with admiration, “That’s a real sporting offer you just made!”
“Not really,” the woman says, “That’s the third time I’ve done the deal this mroning.”