sure he is technically a Baby boomer, but he is at the very edge of it, he could easily be seen as part of the next one.
and I am not eager to disparage generations I am saying, how many problems have they been talking about for years? why haven't they just fixed them?
if it isn't about the divisiveness in the parties then you tell me, why doesn't this country just solve its problems?
Why isn't there Universal health care?
Yes we have always had parties and we have always had problems that each generation knows it can't solve at that time and must pass on.
I am asking you why? why can't you just solve it why pass it on?
if its not a unity problem, can you tell my generation that when we come to power Social Security will be fixed? Poverty will be dealt with.
Healthcare no long a worry, Immigration will be good?
because I am telling you now, my generation we are growing up thinking both sides will just fight back and forth about it and simply pass us the problem.
you may not want it any other way, but i dont see why it takes years and years and years for problems to get solved except for waiting for previous generations that hold up solutions to move on, so a newer generation can implement new ideas and changes.
Post partisanship is a myth? so what is the future?
Each side fights for power and hopes to never screw up so they don't lose it?
1) Big issues can't be solved without a disaster to unite us
Eventually there will have to come a Generation that believes that they have to honestly put down that what divides them both Democrats and Republicans and stop putting off problems to another Generation
This will be harder if the current generation quietly teaches us that Post-Partisan Unity is a folly, and something we waste our time to strive for.
Make no mistake you guys are teaching my generation that Post-Partisanship is bad, not because the Republicans and DLC types use it to get their way, but just that its bad.
How does the Progressive Movement see truly equality ever being achieved if you don't teach the future Generations to strive for it, and how will we do it if you teach us that Post-Partisan Unity is a bad thing?
it may not work for your generation, but watch what you guys are passing on to future ones.
oh man for a second I thought you were serious until
Rove and Bush's attacks on Democrats in 2000 and 2004 are nothing compared to the hate being spewed at McCain/Palin and was done to Hillary.
oh man that is just, wow lol yeah oh wow.
I got nothing after that man, I got nothing.
if it didn't effect the rest of us, I would hope for McCain to win, so we could see people like you complaining for 4 years that everything McCain/Palin would do in the next 4 years would not in any way be your fault. but everyone else for making you have to vote for McCain.
before today when was the last one you consider a smear please?
and no to me Puma means Republicans pretending to be democrats to sow discourse, and Democrats who use to care about the issues but are so blinded by their anger, they don't care.
even when in a debate McCain says the Roe. v. Wade was decided wrong, and he said in the debate
[E]lections have consequences when presidents are nominated. This is a very important issue we're talking about. . . . I do not believe that someone who has supported Roe v. Wade that would be part of those qualifications [to be on the Supreme Court].
but could you and the rest of the Pumas continue about how its McCain who is better for the country and how this is completely in line with the principals you say you believe in.