Amy Choate-Nielsen: Political parties aren't genetic

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  • granddaddy stamford / usa, CT
    Nov. 22, 2012 4:36 a.m.

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    He’s six foot two,
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    Th’ Twen-ty and Third Psalm.
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    With all his might,
    Like Lin-coln and Rea-gan
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    As Gov-er-nor,
    Help for the poor,
    in-teg-ri-ty un-bent.
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    His Dis-ci-pline like flint,
    Mitt Rom-ney’s glad
    Five sons their dad,
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    To make it strong,
    More debt is wrong,
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  • LDS Liberal Farmington, UT
    Nov. 12, 2012 1:40 p.m.


    My Grandparents were all FDR - Democrats.

    My Father is a die-hard Vietnam Army vet and to this day, Republican.

    I'm a Reagan Era, Cold War Veteran - Liberal [like my Grandparents] and Unaffiliated.

    3 generations of extremely religous Latter-Day Saints...
    3 generations of extremely different political leanings.