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The Stressed Millennials- Screwed by Obama, the Unions and Generation Fed

wsimpson Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 6:36 PM
More college grads, with more student debt, with no increase in available jobs. How does that possibly make sense? It doesn't. No wonder this generation is depressed. Lowering corporate taxes, to get the trillions that are currently been sheltered overseas, to come back to the good old USA for investment and getting rid of about half of the stifling government regulations that are killing business, would be a good start. With the oceans of natural gas that we're now tapping into, we should be able to return to a lot of good paying manufacturing jobs. But noooo, that would require our disfunctional congress to give up a lot of their power. "M" generation, you and the rest of us are screwed.

Those looking for a reason for sluggish housing, weak retail sales, and low family formations rates, need only look at the plight of millennials (those aged 18-33).

Many millennials have no job, high student debt with no way to pay the debt off, and few job opportunities beyond part-time employment in food services or retail.

Millennials are the ones who Obama targeted to pay for Obamacare. Indeed, the forced inclusion of youth (who will overpay for health care) is supposedly what made Obamacare "affordable".

Yet, even with the screw job on...