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Meet Generation N

pinenee Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 11:08 AM
Do the American conservative truly want the return of the Caucasian, capitalist, and Christian rules, influence, authority, and authorities? Do anyone outside of the American conservative community want that cabal's return, probably not. Then the conservative must take upon themselves to be the sole responsible and accountable agents to implement an agenda and rerun that would do harm to most others.
diamon Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 9:04 PM
During that influential period the country's culture generally felt shame for doing and saying stupid things, watched TV that showed creative content, dined together, talked to each other, valued a work ethic and the lessons learned from doing work, and accepted their strengths and weaknesses. Today, we have generations of people who think money grows from trees, somebody else is responsible for their poor decisions, and generally think everybody is crazy except for them. Many lash out at the capitalist rules but can't live without the capitalists brands on their possessions. They don't know how the value in things like good health, find friends, and supportive family because they don't value anything except their own needs.
Demosthenes5 Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 5:27 PM
pinenee
As opposed to the progressive cabal: parasites (e.g., welfare mothers, etc.), weak-minded (e.g.,NEA, union members) and easily led (Hyphenated-Americans like YOU)?

Not all conservatives are white nor bible thumpers- many just don't feel the need as taxpayers to support the squalid lifestyles of people who think and look like you via the ever metasticizing welfare-industrial-complex.

From my perspective as a minimally-franchised & thoroughly disposable white male when I see the "small tent" that is the Democrat Party all I see is a group of morally superior “International Socialists” (iNazis) pandering to the same small tent containing a cloister of like-minded organisms: Marxist women-children, Marxist gays...
Demosthenes5 Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 5:28 PM
...Marxist minorities, Marxist poor people, Marxist uneducated people (an oxymoron if there ever was one), etc. Every one of them fully ensconced in the “to each according to his needs” column of that great socialist equation. Where do these iNazi get their gravitas? Leftists seem to think that their particular ideology imbues them with an esoteric insight on all matters pertaining to the reality in general and the human condition in particular. If the rest of us were intelligent enough to appreciate the subtle beauty of social engineering (gender/racial quotas, wealth-redistribution, etc.) we would of course be morally-superior leftists as well. Hence, because we don't agree with the dominant leftist-paradigm we must be stupid or...
Demosthenes5 Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 5:29 PM
immoral. Hence you pathetic missive.
Cliff151 Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 2:01 PM
"a minimally-franchised & thoroughly disposable white male"

So, that's what we are? That's the best and funniest label I've had so far!

As Barack Obama thrilled his supporters on Monday with his clarion call to action for the poor and the oppressed, young people across the country -- though in numbers somewhat smaller than were enthralled by their leader's words four years ago -- nodded in agreement. For this was about them, and Obama’s speech told them once again how great they are. Obama spoke to the "N Generation," those millions who, because they are the beneficiaries of the miracles of internet technology and instant, worldwide communications, believe firmly they know all and are entitled to everything; as the old song by Queen...