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Laughing at Millennials

Posted by  $  blarman 10 months, 1 week ago to Humor
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Got a chuckle out of this. Yes, the author is intentionally mocking those who can't be bothered to use any critical thinking skills and who think that communism is a good thing by telling them that they're going to get to confront the consequences of those choices.
SOURCE URL: https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2017/11/16/at-least-my-generation-will-have-our-revenge-on-the-millennials-n2409840


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  • Posted by rbroberg 10 months ago
    Humorous until some quasi-liberal Fascist leader decides to manipulate their sensibilities, maybe?
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    • Posted by  $  allosaur 10 months ago
      We've already seen what Bolshevik Bernie can stir up. As old as he is, me dino doesn't think he'll be back, but I could be wrong.
      A charismatic socialist half Bernie's age could prove to be very dangerous.
      No, not the Deep State Obamanation.
      Somewhere out there has to be another awaiting big time threat to freedom and The Constitution who has yet to serve his or her two terms.
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  • Posted by LibertyBelle 10 months ago
    Many good points. But I've read/heard (in the newspaper or on the radio, I forgot which) that the
    people younger than the millenials (have they come along yet?) were less leftist than they are. So
    maybe there is hope.
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    • Posted by  $  10 months ago
      We can always hope, and of course many of these are generalizations. Not all millennials are so blind. The unfortunate reality is that they will inherit an absurd national debt load and social welfare responsibilities they will have no ability to pay for. That many choose to vote for socialism despite not even understanding either what socialism is or its ramifications is just sad.
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  • Posted by  $  allosaur 10 months ago
    Me dino really enjoyed reading that. Myself?
    I'm partial to sangria that others buy me through the SS system.
    Wonder what Millennials may not get to drink~
    http://www.usdebtclock.org/
    tick tick tick
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    • Posted by  $  Suzanne43 10 months ago
      The Debt Clock is very depressing. I think that I will have another glass of wine.
      The article was spot on! Mr. Schlichter said that we need to "start thinking about what unites us." Well, I'm trying, but I'm having a hard time coming up with something. My philosophy on life can be summed up in one sentence..."Contrary to what you may believe, the world doesn't owe you anything." Until Millenials can come to grips with that, we have nothing in common.
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      • Posted by  $  10 months ago
        "Contrary to what you may believe, the world doesn't owe you anything."

        Well said. Aesop would be satisfied to know that someone was paying attention - even if most of our current generation is going "Aesop who?"
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  • Posted by  $  Dobrien 10 months ago
    Like lemmings marching off a cliff.
    These Millennials have been taught very well that they are not responsible for their behavior.
    Thus no consequences and no need to think .
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  • Posted by pamzt 10 months ago
    It's the parents to blame for coddling our kids. It hurts to see our kids struggle but it's part of growing up. We don't want them to make the mistakes we did, but they need to in order to learn.
    Teach them to rely on themselves and willingly help others instead of expecting something from everyone else.
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