Tuesday, November 16, 2004 at 1:36 PM
Election night television graphics painted a picture of America divided into Red and Blue states. Some accounts have suggested that voters made their choices based on their "moral values." ideastream's David C. Barnett recently paid a visit to two Northeast Ohio families on opposite ends of the Red and Blue spectrum to find out how their moral values compare. Part one takes us to a Westlake church that mixes rock music with the Rock of Ages. And in the conclusion, David takes us to the home of a Lakewood family who wonder how "divided" the country really is.
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