Video: The Millennial mind: Political parties aren’t trusted with privacy

Video: The Millennial mind: Political parties aren’t trusted with privacy

The Reason Foundation’s Emily Ekins talks to James Poulos about who Millennials support politically when they don’t trust either party to protect their privacy.

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  1. LetitCollapse
    LetitCollapse 17 November, 2014, 12:44

    This young blonde sees the forest but misses the trees. Just because you refuse to vote doesn’t make you an activist. Get your hind end out in the street and DO SOMETHING FOR CHRIST SAKES like my generation did with the Vietnam War!!! We stopped a war!!! Today there’s a war being waged on the young generations because YOU allow it to happen. YOU are going to get caught holding the empty bag!!! You’re getting screwed and your financial futures are in the process of getting RUINED by BOTH government and big business!!! The work together to screw YOU!!! This is YOUR life. And you are rolling over and doing tricks for the ruling class!!! HAH! So you go make your own bed and lay in it!!! The boomers could care less about you. Just make sure you pay your taxes and work 2-3 jobs so that you can afford to pay for our pensions and social security!!! HAH! Wake up, young lady. Stop being so passive. Start screaming!!! Oh, btw, it’s not just the millenials who admire Snowden. I’m an old codger. I worship the ground Snowden walks on. He’s da man!! If I could I would invite him over for a steak dinner with all the trimmings I’d do it in a NYC minute!!! So don’t generalize, young lady. You’re showing your inexperience and youth. 😉

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  2. LetitCollapse
    LetitCollapse 17 November, 2014, 14:26

    Oh, btw, I read an article that said the majority of millenials expect that their college debts will be forgiven at some point in the future!!! HAH! 😀 😀 😀 And they accuse the Boomers being the “entitled” generation? Like father like son, apparently! There is over $1 trillion in student debt outstanding in America. How the hell could they possibly ‘forgive’ a number like that? QE would have to go into overdrive. Those millenials must be smoking some of that sensimilla from up north if they think the country can ‘forgive’ their college debts. What a bunch of goofballs. And just when I started to build some respect for them. In the end when I expect too much I’m always disappointed! Humans always let me down! 🙂

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  3. Ulusses Uhaul
    Ulusses Uhaul 17 November, 2014, 16:20

    Amazing….he talks to himself and loves it….pretty weird.

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