On politics that is? Where have you gleaned much of your political education? Do you and your husband share many of the same views politically and if so does that boost your feelings that what you believe politically is always right? Do you ever find yourself swallowing your words, even if it's a little bit and would you EVER admit you were wrong?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:55 PM on Apr. 1, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by Anonymous at 10:26 PM on Apr. 1, 2009
No, not at all. I consider myself a student of politics and history which are pretty well interwined. I have learned a lot from my dad and brother who have studied both for many, many years. I remember watching old war movies on tv and my brother getting a Time/Life book set on WW2 when he was a teen.
I have also learned much from many of the ladies I know in my groups here in CM. I like to talk to people on both sides of the aisle to better understand them and come to my own conclusions. Dh and I share most of the same views but I don't think I am always right by any stretch of the imagination.
I've admitted I was wrong, more than once.
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