It doesn’t matter if Mrs. Jane Pitt attacks Pres. Obama as long as Brad supports him: An observation
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Mrs. Jane Pitt has signified support for presumptive Republican presidential candidate nomineeas she attacks President Obama for his liberal views on couple of issues like abortion, same-sex marriage and his association with hothead pastor .
Mrs. Pitt maintains her opposition against President Obama saying she would be happy to for a “family man with high morals” who shares “Christian conviction” on homosexuality over the likes of Mr. Obama. She said further in Missouri’s Springfield-Leader, "Any Christian who does not vote or writes in a name is casting a vote for Romney's opponent,– a man who sat in Jeremiah Wright's church for years, did not hold a public ceremony to mark the National Day of Prayer, and is a liberal who supports the killing of unborn babies and same-sex marriage."
Mrs. Pitt’s attack on President Obama was inspired by Oscar-awarded and one of prominent Hollywood backers and actorwho said, Mr. Obama was not the first Black president of the United States of America.
Attacking Republicans for the partisan refusal to do business with the Obama administration, Mr. Freeman said in an interview, those who opposed the president because he was "black" should realize he was mixed-race.
The standpoint of Mrs. Pitt not supporting President Obama is a matter of her personal and individual prerogative as an American. Openly or even silently, Mrs. Pitt is entitled to a choice as to whom to support.
On the other hand, Brad is a staunch supporter and Champion of gay rights. He is a known supporter of President Obama.
The examples of mother and son Pitt being on two separate and opposing political fences demonstrate the spirit of democracy in a family.