An enormous generational difference

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  1. pjohns

    pjohns Well-Known Member

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    Not so long ago, we were a very confident people; we believed that the present was excellent, and the future looked to be even better!

    Nowadays, however, most Americans--at least, among the MSM--appear to believe that the present is bleak, and the future looks even worse!

    I am wondering what explains this.

    Could it be the recent appearance of the covid-19 virus?

    Or the 2016 election, to the presidency, of Donald Trump?

    Or--related to this--fears that the coastal elite are no longer in charge?

    Or fears of impending doom (due to either nuclear war; or climate change; or...well, you fill in the blank)?

    Thoughts?
     
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    Only the government can save you! Emergency!

    It's what the government, and the liberals want you to believe, and they won't be letting the perfect combination of events go to make sure the tell you as often as possible.
     
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