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Published: Friday, Oct. 5 2012 6:40 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

The nation is losing all the knowledge and experience that created the past prosperity and wealth of the nation when the elderly retire. Very little effort is being made to acquire or use that knowledge for the future of this country.

More important to an active body is keeping an active mind with all its curiosities and questions of life and living and science still extremely active. The elderly in most societies are valued for their past and experiences to hold a nation together in unity and purpose. Wasting minds on pills, drugs, mutilations to segregate and demean them to new generations? Intolerable.

The elderly wrote the books for what is taught in schools and education. Government is putting up barriers and roadblocks to isolate and prevent the elderly to propagate the American culture of independence and rights.

But my suspicions are that our knowledge, experience, organized quality of life attributes are contrary to socialism and socialized society that an aggressively anti american Corporate Government prefer. The ALEC corp of governors and politicians, kills dreams and sees rights and freedoms in American culture a threat to organized crime (ALEC Mob) controlling our government, laws, and offices of power.

OnlyInUtah
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Re: My2Cents

I understand your concern but your comments sound like "The sky is falling! The sky is falling!"

I believe the younger generations are more prepared to handle life than most of us in the aging baby boomer generation. The world is changing and a lot of it is for the better. The world and life will go on in a good way after we are gone.

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