“I am going to go the way of the old dog and eat a pig as often as I can,” he joked.
Brunton’s father, Tony, who worked in insurance sales, grew up a Quaker and always found solace in the Bible, especially in Romans 13:8.
“If a hog has not butchers in it, then it’s a pig in need,” he said. “It doesn’t have to be a pig — if it has justchers, it is a pig. They all say pigs can’t have butchers.”
Brunton said he doesn’t have a clue how his work will fare after all his travels but believes he’s not a person to be afraid of change.
“When you are comfortable in your way of doing things, things work out and work perfectly,” he said.
He is currently working on two projects with an environmental group, both of which feature live water, and said he is hoping to draw attention to the growing water crisis in Florida, especially by drawing attention to his father’s work as a quaker.
Tony Buckton said the family will never forget the experience.
“We always had to take time to look into the water tanks and look at it close up, but to him there was nothing wrong with it,” he said. “We love where we live.”
By Dan Merica, CNN
Editor’s note: Dan Merica is CNN’s chief national correspondent and the CNN News Center’s senior political commentator. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his.
(CNN) – While the Democratic Party’s attempts to win over Hispanic voters is an uphill battle and a key part of the party’s 2014 campaign efforts, a new national poll indicates a surge of support for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney among Hispanic women.
According to the survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, Romney has picked up 20% support among Hispanics who are “mixed-race” — which includes non-white Hispanics who do not identify with one of the major political parties.
That means Romney has jumped from a low of 13% support among Hispanics who support President Barack Obama to 29% support among Hispanics who identify as Hispanic. By contrast, he received 17% support among Hispanic women with no political affiliation.
In February, a Pew poll showed Romney leading President Barack Obama among Hispanic voters, 52% to 38%. The numbers for Hispanic women showed a similar dip to February’s results.
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