When you think of old white man (in a political sense), you'd be safe in assuming he would be someone who's conservative and possibly racist. That seems to be the case with a lot of tRump supporters.
This would be especially true of someone who grew up in Indiana, lived in small town NY for a few decades, and now lives in suburban GA.
My father, however, breaks the stereotype. He is somewhat "reserved" in social situations. He very smart, and was an electrical engineer with a Masters degree. He belonged to the UUC when growing up.
Mention tRump, and just shakes his head and lets out a low disgusted laugh.
I knew my mother was a Republican when I was a small kid. She'd have fundraisers for the party in my small town. She probably "liked Ike" - I know she didn't like Nixon. I never talked politics with her. She probably would've hated tRump.
It wasn't until much later in life that I found out my dad was a lifelong Democrat. Once they got to that age where going out and waiting in line to vote was a chore, they both stopped doing so because they felt like their votes would cancel each other out. My mother hated Obama; my dad supported Clinton in the 2008 election primaries.
Despite all this, I was still greatly surprise to find out that my 92 year old father wrote a political manifesto a couple months back. I was even more surprised when I read it. I've scanned it so you can read it too (please excuse the typos he made)My father's Political Manifesto
Let me know what you think in the comments.