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Old 12-02-2008, 05:04 PM
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Grapevine LIBERAL? I certainly wouldn't say that. It's pretty conservative here. Did you hear about the middle school students' protest on the day after the election??

And there are also few minorities other than Hispanic. Grapevine HS is over 75% white.
If based on this then Grapevine would still be more liberal as Burleson high school is 86% white
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Old 12-06-2008, 05:55 PM
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Default tolerating liberals

Maybe some posters have had some of my experience with the more ultra-right, with their being less tolerant of liberals. I evidently *look* like a Dem, and many times I have been happily enjoying people's company when a Repub would begin challenging my views (often with amusing characitures of liberals' views which I could politely agree were ridiculous!).

I figger if I'm gonna be tolerant of religions around the world and all (harmless) lifestyles, that includes the a recent strain of (often, but not always) southern conservative Christian. But as a Christian myself, it hurts when such folks say they think my political views make me less a Christian.

I might venture, an inherent principle of liberalism is tolerance; and perhaps conservatives don't prize that principle as highly?

Monticello all the way towards the museums was big for Obama...and I hope Dems' recent dominance doesn't make them smug!!
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