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Welcome to the fold, Mrs. Pitt. (I bet Thanksgiving dinner conversations might be a little awkward?)


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3 Responses to The Newest “Evangelical for Mitt” — Brad Pitt’s Mom?

  1. DD says:

    Funny, so we have Brad’s mom & Anjolena’s dad – - both for Mitt. Uncomfortable Thanksgiving dinner conversations, in deed!!

  2. RC says:

    This is what I am reading into this: Brad Pitt’s mom and Anjolena’s dad are somewhat from the same generation. They should have the knowledge and WISDOM that comes from living a long life, also experiencing the bumps of life, the good times, the bad times, trying to learn from the past. Yes, the vast majority of this generation is endorsing Romney.

    On the other hand, Brad Pitt and Anjolena are very young and have not experienced the American life (the Great Depression, WW1, WW2, Korean War, Vietnam, Black Tuesday, etc, etc, etc….) but have only had the high life in America.

    The older generation knows exactly what is at stake and everything associated with the price to be paid. The rising generation, collectively, has no clue.

  3. Terry says:

    I agree with RC. We have a generation with a “government will provide” mentality–not surprising when you consider that more government control has been a goal of rock star Obama since the beginning of his presidency. Unfortunately, most of his “fans” only see the glitter, and don’t bother to peel that layer aside and examine what’s underneath. ObamaCare is an excellent example. “Free healthcare? Wow!” They don’t seem to grasp the concept that nothing is ever free. Someone always pays.

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