(In order to comply with the no-politics regulations I'm going to be a little vague here) There's a certain Congressperson representing my state whose politics neither myself nor the majority of the people who work at my organization can tolerate. Mention this person or this person's political stances to almost anyone in the organization and your replies will range from rolled eyes, disgusted grunts, to pointed, angry, rants. Clearly, this person is not popular with the staff. Unfortunately my organization depends on money from the state and federal government to keep our doors open. Fast forward to the CEO's most recent trip to DC and lo and behold despite the looming budget cuts to organizations in my industry this particular congressperson wants to make sure organizations like mine don't get cut out of funding. So, despite the CEO's disapproval of Congressperson's other politics we find ourselves in a position where it's in our best interests to align ourselves with Congressperson. I can only imagine the reaction if Congressperson comes through for us and decides to visit our little clinic. Focus: Have you ever found yourself in a position where it was in your best interests to work together with someone you considered your rival or enemy, or just plain hated? How did it turn out? Where you able to put aside your differences and join forces or did your past emnity doom your endeavor? Alt-Focus: Have you ever hate-fucked someone? Did you enjoy it? How did it feel afterward?