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Generation Obama: Unemployed, Debt-Ridden, and Homeless

rawtruth Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 9:48 AM
I hope I am not the first to tell you that young people under 25 do not make good decisions for the most part. It is not a lack of intelligence but a lack of maturity and experience in the real world. Students are every level are fed the liberal slop about how everyone is basically good and everyone should receive an equal result in sharing the national income without regard to contribution in making it. It takes a few knocks before one begins to really understand that we are animals with a thin veneer of civilization. The world is not fair and every effort to develop a community of shared work and results has failed - often becoming dictatorships. Perhaps in the next election, these young people will see that liberalism is false.
wdwrkr Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 10:33 AM
Rawtruth,
You are so right. If you're old enough, you may remember this mantra from the past; "never trust anyone over 30". It is obvious that this should now be "never trust anyone under 30" (at least with regards to political/fiscal/economic issues).

It might seem easy to say, “you get what you vote for,” to the millions of young voters who supported President Obama and now can’t find work.

But, with a record number of young Americans becoming homeless, blaming the victim of President Obama’s well-crafted rhetoric doesn’t seem right.

In one of his last campaign speeches, President Obama told a crowd of people at the University of Wisconsin--Madison, “We tried our ideas; they worked. The economy grew. We created jobs.”

This sham President Obama cooked-up is nothing short of immoral for the millions of young Americans that have been...