Ways parents turn kids off and on to politics

During an election or campaign season, many parents get involved in political activities. They put up yard signs, join online discussions, attend meetings and rallies, and talk up their favorite candidates and issues. All this politicking can be irritating and disruptive to family life. The phone rings with automated messages from candidates and their supporters. Candidates debate on television. Everywhere you go, it seems to be politics. Here are some mistakes parents make with campaign activism, plus tips to educate kids about politics without turning them off. Ways parents turn kids off and on to politics 

Concerns About Mitt Romney

GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has a poor memory, at least regarding some pranks from his days at an all-boys Michigan prep school, says ABC OTUS News. I'm concerned. He's being asked to recall high school, not memories from babyhood. Is one with so poor a memory fit to run our country? And now his choice of running mate Paul Ryan--further concerned. Not only for the 99%, but everyone. I just got a "paid for by the GOP" call saying Romney would put people back to work. Wow--now that's audacious. You can't cut and create simultaneously. And what kinds of jobs will these be? Patchwork, part time, minimum wage Mcjobs? Read on Mitt Romney's Memory, Conscience Need Jogging