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Published: Monday, Oct. 1 2012 12:10 p.m. MDT

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Taylorsville, 00

Keep in mind that they've been watching many of their peers and neighbors struggling through the worst economic downturn in 80 years. They've also had a couple of recent years of the representatives of the 'better off' blaming the jobless, the young and otherwise for the whole mess.

The next 20 years are going to be interesting to watch in political terms.

Liberal Ted
Salt Lake City, UT

Keep in mind, it's these same students that helped push obama into the white house, that had zero problems in adding $6 Trillion of debt on their backs.

Maybe this election they'll think it through a bit more.

JimInSLC
Salt Lake City, UT

I would not hold Obama against the Millenials. Obama is a good convincing speaker, he made some convincing arguments and promised changes that appealed to many. Hey! I consider myself a moderate conservative and I even voted for Obama. The problem is that once elected all those promised changes did not seem to matter much. Obama just gave us more of the same policies on steroids and made the country's situation worse.

As Pres. Bush so elequently said. "Fool me once shame on... shame on you,... ya fool me, ya can't get fooled again." These millenials are smart and I don't think that they will be fooled by Obamas promises a second time. I know that I won't be fooled again.

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