Every family has their share of... mixed personalities. I wouldn't dream of abandoning my family members over their political beliefs no matter how ignorant I find their beliefs to be. I'm sure some feel the same about my beliefs and they have not cast me from the family.
I do avoid talking abut politics with certain family members. Some will never change. Others are young. I hold out hope for them. Mom... Well, she may come around and she may not. I love her anyways. Politics isn't everything. Family can be.
(By politics I refer to the current election and racial undertones/overtones that have been voiced by family members)
I'm with Squinney. Family is family and you don't disown folks just because they say or do something stupid.
My family is hugely diverse with a lot of multi-national, multi-ethnic, multi-religion, multi-language representation, and with socio/political attitudes that cover the entire spectrum. We allow the old timers their cultural conditioning just as the younger generation allows my generation ours, and we try not to be too judgmental. We figure it's healthier to let everybody vent and say their peace, knowing that if circumstances change over the coming months and years, so will their opinion of those elected and probably their attitudes about them. But everybody is still family who loves us and who we love despite all the warts, quirks, and squirrely ideas from time to time.
(I do wonder about one of my brother-in-laws that I haven't talked to since the election though. He wouldn't hurt a fly but he's an elderly redneck conservative who thinks Republicans are the scourge of the Earth and that only Democrats are fit to be in government. And, he is an old timer Texan too for whom the old racist language and mindset dies hard. So here we are with a black Democrat President, and I really wonder how he's dealing with that.