Stop worrying about losing young Pittsburghers
Pittsburgh is a pretty small place. You can get from one end of town to the other in minutes .
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#1 Nov 1, 2010
Yea sure, don't worry about losing our bright, young educated people to other cities or states that provide better jobs with less taxes. Our politicians will just fill the void with Section 8
& more career welfare recipients. It means less responsibility for them & more Gov't. hand-outs.
Welcome to the world of Mon-Valley Dem. politics.
#2 Nov 3, 2010
......If all of our youth were "bright, young and educated", I would agree.
But lets face it, "youth" are historically known for making decisions with their hearts or genitalia, not their heads.
How can a 20-something year old make legitimate decisions when it comes to some of the serious issues facing us today?
Its not to disparage 20 year olds. They have something to contribute, and can sometimes offer a "different look" at things. But experience has a LOT to do with making the right calls on stuff.
I was once young and stupid, and now that I am older I now realize that. Back then, I thought I knew it all too.
Lets face it....Obama and his "team" got in because of the "youth vote".
Can you say the last two years have been a refreshing change?
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