…is that the last time before the funeral that I went to one town with family in it, it was a nonstop argument about politics. Hey, it’s not like you are doing anything about it, and you can see what I do for a living, so lay off already, will you? I’ve got an opinion honed from working with
I mean arguing with intellectual European students for a year, so I’m ready for a flame war, and it won’t be pretty. Just stop already or get some knowledge before you tell me what to do.
Of course one of the other side of the family drops by for a visit en route and casually mentions that they’re making professional signs for one presidential campaign. After they passionately declaim the cost of drugs for the grandmother, they call for a national health care program–and then complain about how much they pay in taxes in the same breath.
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