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Duckface96 Duckface96 16-17, M 19 Answers Dec 2, 2012 in Community

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Totally different.

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Nope, my father that raised me was a liberal. He only voted democrat. I am a conservative.

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No. I left mainstream politics years ago.

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Some are similar, others..totally in the other direction. Makes holidays fun.

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I hold the same "label" as them, but they didn't know what it meant. They demanded the government take care of them and others take responsibility for what was theirs. They thought being your own person with your own belief system and thoughts was weak. They thought people that spent so much time working and building their own lives had their priorities messed up. <br />
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Therefore, by their standards I am weak, with messed up priorities. Oh the silly assumptions people make!

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Other than a basic egalitarian socialistic approach to life not a single person in my family has any interest in politics. If any vote i'd be surprised. They really couldnt care less and ive never heard or had with them a conversation about poitics. lol

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Nope. I see through all the surface nonsense and really don't like what i see.

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Not really, no.

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not much, a little bit like my father's views (later in his life) not when I was being raised and nothing like my mothers.

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Yes, however we are associated to different political parties

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Quite the opposite!

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Yes cept my mum votes and I dont

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No, actually the opposite.

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i do. but they have only influenced to me to a certain degree. i was taught to be open minded and have liberal thinking. but ive realized that thats who i am regardless of what my parents taught me.

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That is unknown! Politics was a taboo topic where I grew up!

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Not really.

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