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SW FL Dem Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-13-05 06:25 PM
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15. Luckily, he is a pretty well-adjusted kid
He disagrees with his friends but blames their parents. He focuses on the things they have in common and when he wants to talk politics, he comes to me. He is comfortable in his beliefs but doesn't flaunt them. Just before the election, he got a ride home from a friend's mom. All the way home, the talk was about how Bush made them feel safer. My son didn't say anything but he did notice that things got awfully quiet when they pulled up in front our house with the Kerry/Edwards sign out front. His only comment when he came into the house, guess they don't like our sign. The next night he invited the kid for a sleepover.
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