Guest Blogger Gina: When Alec Baldwin went on the "Late Show with David Letterman" to do his best Sarah Palin impersonation, he also talked about how he and brother Stephen are on opposite sides of the political spectrum.
I admire my mother-in-law probably more than any other woman I know. She's giving, a great mother, loves me like her own and, most importantly, she's a wonderful grandmother and a great role model for my daughter. She knows how to pilot a plane, is a career woman, smart, sweet, beautiful and everything I want to be when I'm her age. She is -- in a word -- amazing. But, there's a catch. She's voting for the other guy.
I want so badly not to judge her for this fact, but I find it nearly impossible. I just cannot get past the fact that someone so smart and so fair and so worldly could vote for that fool! I know in my right mind that I'm being unfair, but my heart I now assume things about her.
Are Alec and I the only ones who have this problem? Are we crazy for both judging and loving our family at the same time?