Romantic Comedy Crosses Party Lines

The Root Recommends: An upcoming romantic comedy that crosses party lines.

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The upcoming comedy Politics of Love takes a humorous look at politics, race and relationships. The romantic comedy stars Brian White as a staunch McCain supporter during the 2008 presidential election.

As the election approaches, Kyle Franklin (White) swoons over a gorgeous Indian-American women, who just so happens to be an Obama '08 campaign volunteer. Humor ensues as the unsuspecting couple go from snarky political banter to whispered sweet nothings. Politics of Love is a delightful romantic comedy that highlights the humor of politics.

Politics of Love hits theaters Sept. 1.

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