Two things make my odd list

Hillary Clinton out pandering to young people saying we need you. And Newt Gingrich’s lecture to stop attacking Obama and Hillary. Make it three with Mitch’s threat to crush Tea Party candidates. (maybe the third is not so odd or surprising, is it?)

Newt, what were you thinking? Wait, I know.

“If we spend the next three years being primarily anti-Hillary, we will virtually guarantee her election,” he said. “To make sure that doesn’t happen, we must stop being the opposition movement.”

How about realizing the failures of both are an issue and largely why there is a good opportunity? Nah, too logical. We need to do both, consistently. I won’t belabor the point, it should be self-explanatory — but apparently not for the brain-child Newt.

Hillary and the young people, those two things should go together like water and oil. The young and cynical voters should want to distance themselves as far as they can from the over-hyped heiress in waiting. Support her, for what? What has Hill done for youth?

“We need you. We need your energy. We need your talents. We need your commitment to participation. We cannot let the millennial generation become a lost generation,” Clinton said at UCLA.

Apparently, Hillary needs the youth as much as Obamacare does.

It’s obvious since Rand Paul talks directly to the younger generation and disintegrating liberty, the heiress sees her chances being threatened. Other than female chromosomes, estrogen, and a piss-poor record, what does she have? (some are not sure about the estrogen) She does prove that she can scandalize and politicize as well as anyone, if that’s a strong suit — not to be confused with a pantsuit.

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It’s an ugly day in the neighborhood

Years back when someone coined that “its a beautiful day in the neighborhood” phrase, things weren’t as bad. Our debt wasn’t what it is now. Oh, for the good old days of just irrational spending…and the occasional scandal.

When Obama ran saying he wanted to structurally transform America, we see what he meant. No one can deny it. You know them by their fruits, and these fruits are rotten. It’s like someone painting a rotten apple an attractive shade of red. It has the same effect.

At least the good news is apparently the rosy-eyed millennials have recovered from their vacation from sanity. Though the damage is done. They thought Obama was sticking it to others, whilst he was sticking it to them. That’s the way their politics roll. It may not be full-contact but sooner or later it bites you in the ass.

Now that the neighborhood has already been wrecked, they’ve come to their senses. Heck, they wish for a do-over. But unfortunately, once a neighborhood goes bad it takes a lot to fix it. And, in this case, it is not a question of money. Finally, something progressives can’t claim money will fix.

So 52% of 18-24 year-olds would throw Obama out of office. Care to join the neighborhood watch? Obama must be chuckling, “join the club”. Sanity shows up, they’d like to repeal Obama and ObamaCare — if only they could. Not the youthful revolution he wanted. What would sentiments be if we started impeachment?

On a related partisan note

To combat the rush for the exits, the left just digs in its heels. It is scorched earth, as far as they’re concerned. Everyone else is waking up to a horrible reality, but not them. Their latest talking point — which, as any narrative of the left, spreads like wildfire in a windstorm — is complaining about congress. Particularly about vacation time.

They want to know how Boehner and company can leave town with so much at stake? Their exact talking point is that Congress has only passed 52 laws this session, an all time low. Yea, that would tick them off.

As most of America is trying to digest ObamaCare, the Leftoids  are screaming that Congress hasn’t done enough in passing legislation. Forget the reality of Reid’s Senate. That’s why nothing could ever get through. Only 52 paltry laws is criminal. They rattle off a wishlist but the budget and debt are not priorities, if even mentioned.

Adding to the injury, the institutionalized bureaucracy has been very busy writing laws and Obama has been busy rewriting laws. Didn’t Obama want an obsolete, defanged congress anyway? I thought that was his plan. So the Left is complaining about congress not doing enough, while even millennials do not appreciate what government has done. Is there a disconnect there, or what?

Let’s hope millennials get on board the next “change”… changing us back to a Republic.

GENERATION SCREWED: Young People Finally Come To Their Senses About Obama

Doesn’t that give new meaning to “youthful indiscretions” ?
So, welcome back to earth. But those indiscretions leave a stain.

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Most young adults would vote to recall the president


Teresa Mull reports:  Obama doesn’t even have youth on his side anymore.

America’s youngest adults, the voting block who elected the diverse, hip, hopeful Barry O. the first time around, have become disenchanted with the president’s lies and plain bad policy. Even the young guns, who are assumed to be ignorant, naive, and imprudent, are proving we’re not so easily duped. We’ve seen right through the Obama Administration’s healthcare folly.

The National Journal reports:

Young Americans are turning against Barack Obama and Obamacare, according to a new survey of millennials, people between the ages of 18 and 29 who are vital to the fortunes of the president and his signature healthcare law.

The most startling finding of Harvard University’s Institute of Politics: A majority of Americans under age 25–the youngest millennials–would favor throwing Obama…

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