Who Needs Fake Horror?

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Hattip to Instapundit.  It is deeply ironic that young people, one of the main constituencies that helped elect Obama, will be the ones trying to dig this country out from the effects of this administration long after I am dead and gone.  My condolences to the young people who refused to be scammed, but who are along for a very rocky ride anyway.

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6 Comments

  1. As I read on a humor site a while back:

    “Those who don’t study history are doomed to repeat it. Those who do study history are doomed to stand by helplessly while everyone else repeats it.”

  2. Just tweeted this: At least now-young people who wanted Obamacare might not lie about it when old (cf. Cold-War leftists); pro-Obama=non-racist.

    Billy Hollis: good line. About to send it around.

  3. Poetic Justice

    No, poetic justice would have to hit those who failed to teach their kids, too, and wouldn’t hit those who didn’t support him harder than those who did. (Who’s going to be paying most? Those with kids…even if we’re doing our dangest to teach them to think.)

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