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December 17, 2017

Note to young folks – Republicans are leaving you holding the bag

Filed under: News — Scottie @ 19:29

Thank you for the explanations of the debt. I enjoy reading blogs written with reason and provide clear information. I also enjoy sharing them on my blog with my viewers. I hope the people young and old can act on the information you have shared. Hugs

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As a former Republican, now Independent voter, it is very hard to defend what my former party stands for. What used to be a party that boasted fiscal stewardship with a little heart, now is fiscally narrow-minded and mean-spirited. There are three major themes that have emerged during the Trump version of this party, all of which are leaving young people holding the bag.To summarize, they are:

  1. ignoring a huge debt problem, making it worse with the Tax Bill,
  2. ignoring the impact climate change is having and will have on our planet, and
  3. ignoring the wishes of young adults eliminating net-neutrality, demeaning civil rights of those who are not white heterosexuals, and denigrating free press.

Note, I placed three separate, but related issues into the third basket, as I see each in a composite context to restrict the rights of information to the masses.

On the debt problem, we are currently at $20.6…

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  1. Fortunately, I think young people are (in general) better-informed about this than old people. (I’m halfway between the age groups.) Young people I talk to seem very aware that Republicans are screwing everyone except billionaires. Old people seem to have never heard of it — or they blame *everyone* in Washington. My age group is bad about putting all politicians in one basket (“both parties are bad!”) when it’s clearly only one that’s out to screw us.

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    Comment by Anderson Connors — December 18, 2017 @ 11:46


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