American Millennials Are Waking Up
American millennials are starting to realize the promises made by the Democratic party are empty, false promises. The hope and change is finally wearing off. American millennials are starting to get it. The government does not have all of the answers; it cannot solve their problems; it’s not their friend; it does not have their best interest in mind and it could actually care less about them.
#1 – Wake Up To Obamacare
More and more American millennials are beginning to realize that Obamacare is nothing more than a massive entitlement expansion program and the burden of payment is on them. They are being forced to buy something they do not want or need and cannot afford. They are starting to resent the fact that they are being forced to pay higher health insurance premiums and deductibles; especially when Congress and their staff members will get a break on paying those higher premiums and deductibles through exceptions and exemptions. Oh well, that’s what you get when you vote for hope and change and other “woo-woo” reasons instead of integrity, character and substance.
#2 – Wake Up In Mom & Dad’s House
American millennials can’t get jobs. The opportunity for full time work with benefits is limited. If they do find a job, a lot of them are finding out that it’s not in the same field as their education plus it is usually part-time with little or no benefits. What went wrong, they did all the right things. They studied hard, were persistent, achieved high academic levels but they are now loaded down with student debt and no job so they are forced to move back home with their Mom’s and Dad’s. How’s that for hope and change?
#3 – I See You
The millennials cannot believe that Mr. Obama, their guy, their messiah, the one they put all of their hope into would do such a thing as spy on them, but true to form he is. He tells them that the government spying on them and listening in on private phone conversations is for their own good. Ha!
Maybe American millennials are finally growing up. Maybe they are beginning to understand how valuable their votes are. Maybe they are feeling the impact of allowing a president too much power. Maybe they won’t be so persuaded to vote for “woo-woo” issues next time. Maybe they will research the candidates they elect to Congress and the Presidency instead of voting for the most articulate candidate or the candidate that the left-wing media pushes at them. Oh well, we can only hope.