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Conservative Stereotypes Redefined

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United States
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Cub Scout Leader - teaching honor, respect and integrity to inner city kids. Instilling an appreciation for patriotism, our flag and what it stands for to young boys. Urging them to honor our veterans, and never be afraid to say thank you to them for their service. Culinary and nutrition volunteer - teaching kids and their families about food, nutrition and good eating. TRY EVERYTHING TWICE, BECAUSE CHANCES ARE THAT FIRST PERSON WHO MADE IT SCREWED IT UP! Take an elderly person out to eat - what you learn from them far outweighs the cost of lunch. To know yourself is to know your family's history. Learn where you came from, and what they endured before deciding what you are entitled to.
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I am part of the majority - Caucasian, middle class, Christian and stereotyped. I am conservative by nature and offended at those who take advantage of the systems. I respect the office of the president regardless of who that person is, or what political rhetoric they sow.


Claremont, CA
United States
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I teach college students to get out of their own heads and see that there is more to life than just going through the motions. I do this through teaching about what James Madison calls "factions" and how the American Constitution is designed to get us beyond our own private interests and work for the common good. A great nation should not hides its flaws, but also cannot ignore the good, selfless acts its citizens have done. We're not a perfect nation, but we're striving to improve all the time. We can work with that... One way to learn this is to know the past, and preserve American history. In particular, I support the historic preservation of American battlefields to keep them free from development so Americans can see them as they were when citizens gave "their last full measure of devotion" to all of us.
Why are you participating?: 

To join others in showing that more unites us than divides us. If we can get beyond labels, political and otherwise, to see people as people, commonality will make the world a better place. We're not defined by our labels, but we're united by our diversity.


Worcester, MA
Estados Unidos
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I play the ukulele for the pediatric patients and make them smile and sing along .
Why are you participating?: 

To have fun and promote the healing power of the Ukulele .

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