NEW YORK — When did your interest in politics become more than just a hobby?
I was always curious, you know?
I wanted to know how things worked and what were the rules.
And I guess, in my younger years, I really wanted to understand how it was all happening and how it worked.
It really hit me in college.
The first time I got my first inkling of what politics was all about was in high school.
I was in the middle of the Great Depression and I was looking at my high school graduation and I noticed a small sign in the corner that said “political science.”
I thought, Oh my God, what the heck is that?
And I went over and found out that it was just a sign that said political science.
And it was that moment of just, Oh, wow, it’s a lot of politics.
It was a moment where I realized, I don’t know, politics is a really big deal.
And then in college, I realized I really didn’t like it.
It seemed like too much politics.
And that was really a turning point.
I felt like it was really, really, very strange, but it really was.
And at that point, I began to realize that there was a lot more to politics than just what you might see on television.
And the way I started to understand it, you could say, “I don’t care what you say.”
It was just politics.
I mean, you don’t really know what politics is really about.
It’s a big game.
So, when I went to university, I got involved in politics.
So I became involved in a lot.
And what I realized was that, I was very much interested in how things work.
I don.t really have a political ideology.
I am not an activist.
I didn’t really care what they said.
And, you’re not going to get anything done if you don.ts really care about politics.
You know, you can get your head in the game if you care about it.
I really do.t care what the people say, I just care what I think.
I just want to do my best to get the job done.
That was the most important thing for me.
And you know, the more I became politically active, the better off I became.
And so I just took my interest and I started learning and I kind of got into politics.
It was just this feeling that was going on, you were really interested in the process and the process was really important to me.
I had a really strong sense that, you knew, it was a great place to learn, it really is.
I think I came out of college very much on my own, you see.