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Can politics poison the holiday spirit? Have a plan for family get-togethers

8:39 AM, Nov. 18, 2012
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Family gatherings wouldn't be the same without a political disagreement, and with Thanksgiving just weeks after a presidential election, politics almost certain to come up over the holidays.

Joe Mueller and his family experience a significant divide when it comes to politics- but it's also generational.

Mueller, a Milwaukee native and University Wisconsin-Green Bay student says he and his cousins, even though they're mostly a decade older than he is, agree when it comes to politics. ...

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