Well, well, well. It seems that the young whippersnappers who were awestruck and starry-eyed whenever they saw their false messiah speak in 2008, to the point that some of them were (supposedly) fainting just from hearing or seeing the anointed one speak at campaign events, have become disillusioned with their phony man/God.
Who’da thunk it? Those of us here. That’s who.
Like all the other false messiahs the world has known, Obama turned out to be far more sizzle than substance, far more flush than flash, far more hype than hope, and definitely not the solution, but rather the problem, to solving our country’s problems.
The young people who helped propel Obama from a basically unknown back-bencher, do-nothing, junior senator from Illinois, a man who’s only real “job” in his whole life was being a community organizer in Chicago, to an almost cult-like messianic figure, were, for the most part, 18-22 year old college students who were mesmerized at the sight of their false messiah, and were mostly first-time voters.
Their inexperience and gullibility to the realities of life in the real world are understandable. No one ever learned how the real world works from living on a college campus. That’s why so many supposedly “intelligent” liberal professors are so ignorant.
But now that a lot of them have graduated from college and still cannot find a decent job that they studied for, they’re not happy.
Welcome to the real world, kiddies! Oh, and I’ll take a large order of fries with that Big Mac, graduate boy.
On a kind of unrelated topic, here’s some free advice: Get a degree in something that’s useful in the real world. So, for instance, do not get your degree in Latin. Since you majored in a language that isn’t spoken anymore, you’re going to limit your employment opportunities to one of two jobs:
Your first choice will be as a Sandwich Artist at your “Subway”, and your second, and most lucrative job, will be as a Barista at Starbucks, where you can impress other idiot liberals who pay eight bucks for a cup of joe that you can say Cappuccino and Espresso in an ancient language no one speaks or understands.
Take this as a lesson and learn from it. If you continue to believe the lies of liberals, you’ll have a lifetime full of disappointment and hopelessness. And you’ll be miserable and nasty. All liberals are, for some reason. But it doesn’t have to be that way! You have a choice!
So, to you yoots out there, if you wise up and decide you’ve had enough lies and disappointment from the left, and decide to come out of the darkness and into the light, over to the Republican side, you’ll see a world of opportunity. A place where anything is possible if you’re willing to work for it, regardless of your skin color or prior economic status.
The other side, the dumocrat’s “dark” side, will do all it can to convince you that you don’t stand a snowball’s chance in hell of succeeding without the help of an all-powerful federal government, run by liberals of course, to supposedly “even the playing field” so you at least have a minute chance of succeeding, but only if they can get those evil rich people to pay their “fair share”, even though the “rich” already pay the vast majority of the taxes.
As for the supposed adults who bought into Obama’s bullshit hook, line, and sinker; if they’re still supporting Obama, they’re both clueless and hopeless. And I won’t even get into what I think about the Obama-worshipping mainstream media swine that gets tingles up their legs when they hear the Marxist speak.
or the first time since he began running for president, Republican Mitt Romney has the support of over 40 percent of America’s youth vote, a troubling sign for President Obama who built his 2008 victory with the overwhelming support of younger, idealistic voters.
Pollster John Zogby of JZ Analytics told Secrets Tuesday that Romney received 41 percent in his weekend poll of 1,117 likely voters, for the first time crossing the 40 percent mark. What’s more, he said that Romney is the only Republican of those who competed in the primaries to score so high among 18-29 year olds.
“This is the first time I am seeing Romney’s numbers this high among 18-29 year olds,” said Zogby. “This could be trouble for Obama who needs every young voter he can get.”
Zogby helped Secrets dig deeper into his weekend poll, which we reported on earlier. The poll had Romney and Obama tied at 46 percent.
Zogby has been especially interested in the youth vote this election. In 2008, 66 percent chose Obama over Sen. John McCain,the highest percentage for a Democrat in three decades. But their desire for hope and change has turned to disillusionment and unemployment. Zogby calls them “CENGAs” for “college-educated, not going anywhere.”
In his latest poll, Obama receives just 49 percent of the youth vote when pitted against Romney, who received 41 percent. In another question, the independent candidacy of Gary Johnson is included, and here Obama wins 50 percent, Romney 38 percent and Johnson 5 percent.
But while taking Johnson out of the equation in the past has seen a surge in support for Obama, now the numbers for Romney–and undecideds–increase.
Zogby speculates that Romney’s selection of 42-year-old Rep. Paul Ryan helped turn more younger voters to him. “It could be his youthfulness,” said Zogby of Ryan. Plus, he said, more younger voters are becoming libertarian, distrustful of current elected officials and worried that they are going to get stuck with the nation’s looming fiscal bill.
“They want change,” said Zogby.