“task” cuts right to the core on the thread: “Do we really want to vote for indentured slavery for humankind living in America? If democracy, used by an uneducated mob, has more influence over individual liberty than the natural God given “unalienable rights” that every human is born with, conferred by Natures’ God, then the logical way to respond is to demand of them what they demand of everyone else. Such a system is unsustainable until a tyrant is ultimately elected and then people will never get what they voted for. By the time we get to 2024 that may be realized.”
“If it isn’t then it will take as long as it took Cubans – who replaced Batista with Castro – to get it right when the second opportunity “redo” arises. And at the moment, one can see only that the Castro regime is still in power and, I believe it has no intention of being voted out anytime soon. For people who know how to protect themselves against tyranny, it wouldn’t take too long to turn “snowflakes” into slaves who could do nothing about the very plight they helped vote in that accommodates their rapid and certain demise.” THAT!
The GOP’s failure to make election fraud the biggest existential issue of our time represents the very distilled and purified essence of why Republicans will lose even if they convince all Generation Z and all millennials to become activist patriots, the very reason why Fox News supported Chris Wallace and Bret Baier who refuse to talk about the election elephant encumbered by not even a mere mouse trap.
It’s why ultimately Tucker wasn’t really let go but only forced to go away and shut up using his contract as a shrink wrap straight-jacket. Elections are about the First Amendment, counterfeiting, unlawful votes, suppressed votes and every technique imaginable, both legal and illegal (made to appear legal) to acquire a winning number. All elections are susceptible but never has so much wrong been permitted to happen, so little done about it, and everyone running around like they’re up to something – or not. THAT!.
The US economy after all, has done well these last several decades with the cheap money and continued borrowing to finance never-ending wars -(and with the end of the draft giving most Americans a pass on the sacrifice of military service)- and ever-expanding social programs that have rewarded sloth and bad economic/financial decisions by millions of Americans.
Now with the National Debt @$32 trillion and the Fed hiking interest rates to levels not seen since around 2006, along with the PRC’s continued economic and military, we are now entering a period that may produce economic hardships for many of us. What are these Gen Z and Millennials going do to do (along with others) when they experience wage stagnation, are priced out of the housing market and forced to rent and postpone other important milestones in their lives like starting families? The problem is that these young generations will find, as Santayana noted, “That those who fail to learn from history (e.g., economic problems of the 1970s and the mid-2000s), are doomed to repeat it.”
No one ever went broke betting on the stupidity of the American public. THAT!
Carpe Diem, American Greatness: ‘The GOP Has a Gen Z Problem’ ….
Would you vote for a candidate that constantly mocks and demeans you? Of course you wouldn’t. Why would young voters choose a party they believe is out of touch and holds them in contempt?
There’s no way to sugarcoat it. The Republican Party has performed abysmally with young voters in recent elections. This cannot continue to be swept under the rug for much longer if the Stupid Party wants to avoid extinction. Some figures should terrify everyone who doesn’t support a full-blown Marxist takeover of our failing country.
In the 2022 Midterms, a whopping 77 percent of Generation Z (those born between 1997-2012) voted for Democrats, while 56 percent of Millennials (those born between 1981-1996) voted for the party of Joe Biden, John Fetterman, and the squad.
And now for the really bad news. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, by 2028, Millennials and Gen Z will represent a plurality of eligible voters. By 2036, those two cohorts will represent more than 60 percent of would-be voters. In other words, the most uninformed group of voters—those with the least amount of life experience—will soon be deciding who sits in the Oval Office and who controls Congress over the course of the next several elections.
Broken down by race, ethnicity, or sex, the figures look even worse for the GOP among young adults. [-]
[+] … Talk to them about American exceptionalism and the idea that our rights do not come from government but from God. And, in any case, government exists to protect rights, not hand out rights like candy to well-behaved children.
Speak to them about American ingenuity and about how our country has an unparalleled system that allows for creativity and entrepreneurialism, not one that stifles innovation like Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua. Tell them about the importance of being a striver, and an independent thinker, and the value of having a strong work ethic—not one where laziness, government handouts, and victimization are celebrated.
The bottom line: Unless and until Republicans figure out a better messaging strategy accompanied by sound policies to court younger voters, the Stupid Party will have a terrible time winning elections anytime in the foreseeable future. [end]
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Fact is folks, peak human intellect occurred two hundred years ago, and has been on a downward trajectory ever since machines have replaced brawn and brains. Until civilization’s conveniences cease to function, which they inevitably will, our society will continue to lurch towards totalitarianism. Sadly, there’s nothing to be done about that, with the younger generations having had things too good, with too few worries. Our continuing leftward march, cheered on by nose-ringed and tattooed genderless youth, will collide with a wall of reality when the money simply dries up and runs out.
A veritable three-cups-of-coffee smack in the kisser is awaiting them – and very soon. Those people will suffer and through suffering will be required to pick themselves up if they want to survive in post-collapse America. GOP has a Gen Z problem – Really?
“Every generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it.” ~ George Orwell
And on that note, time for today’s MAGA Pill – Warrior-President Donald John Trump – MAGA! KAG!
- Carpe Diem, American Greatness: The GOP Has a Gen Z Problem