Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by random3434, Dec 14, 2010.
And how did that shape the political views you have today?
My dad's political view: Don't get married
My parents aren't highly political, but they are democrats. And they are (were) teachers.
My mom kept telling me to be a priest. I told her I preferred girls.........
Both their views did not influence my political views.
My interest in politics began when I was 19 or so. At that age my parents couldn't influence me anymore nor did I talk with them about politics when I talked to them.
But, my political views changed over time. My political views have moved more to the center.
My parents were both Democrats and voted in every election. They discussed politics occasionally but they weren't militant about it.
I vote everytime as well, I always feel so patriotic getting out there early in the morning.
Yeah, I'm quirky..
One very, very liberal.
One fundie neocon - before it was cool.
I'm not sure how much it affects my current views, they've evolved a lot over time. But I'm sure used to the arguments about it.
Maddy... you've got to be shitting...
My mom rang doorbells for Goldwater.
My dad never told me what to think, but whenever I made an assertion, he always asked questions as to why I felt that way. His big thing was that everyone is sure of their assertions, but it is a good idea to make sure of them on a regular basis.
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