Op-Ed: Trust down, partisanship rises
It's the same story generation after generation: The older and wiser look down on the up-and-coming young Americans and hang their head, wondering how in the world the young bucks will carry the future of America.
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#1 May 3, 2013
The new generation of Americans know how to reason out rationaly. They look at issues with wide perspective, with an open mind. Politicians like Senators Sessions, Vitter and Grassley and Rep. King are a thing of the past. Young voters cannot stand narrowmindedness of people in government positions.
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