Tipper Gore's Human Design Chart

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          Tipper Gore's Biography

          American political wife of Al Gore. Her husband took the post of U.S. Vice-President 1/20/1993, under Bill Clinton, with whom she shares the same birthday. The only daughter of a mother who divorced when she was four, Tipper was touchy about having no father when she was growing up, only seeing her dad on Sundays. As an adult, she formed a good relationships with him. Attending a girl’s school in the Washington, D.C. area, she later said that she was raised to do nothing more than marry and have a family. Tipper (a nickname she was given as a little girl from a lullaby), met Al Gore at his high school senior prom. They dated exclusively while he was in Harvard and she was working on her psychology degree from Boston University. They married on 5/19/1970 before he shipped out for Vietnam. Later she returned to school to earn her M.A. After Al left the Army, they moved to Tennessee where he worked for a few years as a journalist in Nashville and began divinity school, then law at Vanderbilt. When her husband entered politics in 1976, Tipper gave up her job as a newspaper photographer in Nashville, built a darkroom at their home in Virginia and free-lanced in Washington. She proved to be an effective political campaigner, though pregnant with their second child. The Gore family increased with the addition of four kids, Karenna, born on 8/06/1973, Kristin, 6/05/1977, Sarah, 1/07/1979, and Albert III, 10/19/1982. Since Al Gore was first elected to Congress in 1976, Tipper spent most of her time raising their kids in their Arlington, VA home. Al was pursuing the family political dream as established by his dad, which resulted in four terms in Congress, eight years in the Senate, a run for the Oval Office in 1988 and then the vice presidency of the United States. In 1985 she began her own campaign against sex, drugs and violence in rock lyrics. Not prudish or judgmental, Tipper deplores the lyric content on today’s groups, such as sadism, the denigration of women and hate-filled content. Her campaign was not for censorship, but for record labeling. She herself used to play drums while in high school and loved the R’N’R of the ’60s. She published “Raising PG Kids in an X-Rated Society” in 1987. Being an activist was not a new idea for her, from the time before she married Gore she protested the Vietnam War and worked for civil rights. She threw herself into volunteerism in the mid-1980s when her youngest child was a toddler, with one of her causes being Families for the Homeless. In April 1989, Al took their six-year-old son, Albert III, to watch a baseball game. The boy ran into traffic and was hit by a car and thrown 30 feet, suffering massive internal injuries. His legs and ribs were broken and his internal organs crushed. For a harrowing month, Al and Tipper barely left their son’s hospital bedside and one of them

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