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|Subject: Re: The Brave New Right||Date: 12/17/2001 10:58 AM|
|Author: Goofyhoofy||Number: 99682 of 1988009|
Why are "Gen-Xer's" taking a hard right turn?
Don't look now, but they're not. This is purely wishful thinking on the part of someone with such a distorted view that they would write: "After forty years of leftist neo-socialist propaganda being forced down the American people's collective throats
For instance, in an independent poll poll in New Jersey, Gen-Xers described themselves as:
They think "Government should do more to solve problems" with a 60% agreement rate. That compares with 48% of Boomers and 37% of Matures.
Here, you can read it for yourself:
What's that? Oh, New Jersey doesn't count. Got it. Do you have some actual data to back up this absurd claim, or are you, as so many of your ilk, satisfied to say:
"Here is my conclusion, now I'm going to arrange the facts to support it."
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