Transcript for How do Michael, Sara & Keke talk about politics during the holidays?
okay, Thanksgiving is coming up, just two weeks away. It's already stressful to be around the family, so wherever you stand politically, how do you get around talking politics over the holiday and keep things civil? I keep having babies so I can sit at the kids' table. Good one. Good one. Less political there. A lot of screaming and yelling but different stuff. Do you guys ever talk politics at home? Yeah, I usually agree with everything my parents say. I just love what they have to say. What's that like? I just listen to them and I say now tell me about this. They'll go in depth and they really teach me a lot because I can't say that I'm a very political person. I definitely care about people and society and social constructs but politics is a whole other thing. I love to hear my parents' point of view because I learn from them how to make those choices. Most of the time at this age I'm still hearing what they got to say and try to figure out what I feel. Yeah, I like that. I like that. What about for you, Michael? For me, I mean, we really -- You go home, don't you go to your parents? I'm here. I work. I haven't had a Thanksgiving off for like 26 years. Oh, my gosh. You went to your parents' last year. Yeah, because my parents were here or right after work I'll fly to see them but this year we're here because we're actually doing the football show here. Oh, my gosh, Michael, that's crazy. People forget, they love football. I do too but I don't want to work. But you know what, yeah, I mean, we -- very rarely do politics come up. We're just chilling hanging as a family. I'm not trying to look for a fight and that's what always happens at my house. So if one breaks out, they got to go. Oh, I like that.
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