Several years ago in Wisconsin, there was an epidemic of small children running around and repeating “You’re damn right” as this is a phrase made “popular” in the state, by Congress woman Tammy Baldwin. It has the public divided. While it’s important for children to learn about elections, should they be allowed to see the advertisements? If not, how do you avoid it? When they pick up a “bad political habit” (such as phrases that include less then desirable language), how do you explain why it is ok to say on TV but bad to say in day-to-day life?
We want to know. What do you think? Where do your politics lay on how to handle politics in your home?