Sunday, June 11, 2006

Does power skip a generation?

According to thereisnospoon at Daily Kos, Howard Dean said, "This is not an individual effort: this is the handoff between the baby boomers and the millenial generation."

What about generation X, the core of the workforce? Don't we thirteeners get our chance at power? There are tens of millions of voters between the ages of 25 and 45, many of us parents, homeowners, and workers. Ignoring us is not a wise political strategy. Power cannot simply be handed off (like a baton in a relay) from the middle aged to the very young. This race cannot be won without us.

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At 10:00 AM, Blogger Joe Murray said...

Hi Nhoj: My answer is no. I have a plan to
compound the 'mental-power' of children
from generation-to-generation. Each new
child should become a stronger 'mental-power'
than the parent.

This plan is contained in a book,

I am in the process of writing the book right
now.I will be publishing sections, soon,
in a blog.

I will be looking for strong critial comments.
I usually respond to these comments via
improvements. I am driven to better ideas
and prose by such criticism.

Eoj Yarrum


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