Countermoonbat Congressman Allen West explains why the Moonbat Messiah locked up the youth vote in 2008…
“It’s very enticing … when they get told that you can have everything taken care of for you, that you won’t have to work as hard. It really is an image that seems a lot more fun…”
…and why he might not in 2012:
“When you think about now that you have about 45 to 50% of those college graduates that just matriculated through that have probably voted for the president back in 2008, they are back home with Mommy and Daddy. So the hope and change message, and all that enthusiasm and all the rah-rah sounded real good to them, but now the practicality of life has hit them in the face and it doesn’t work out.”
Maybe Democrat social engineers will succeed at infantilizing us into a nation of Stanley Thorntons who won’t mind having the excuse of Obama’s economy to justify living as a child indefinitely. Or maybe Generation 0 will grow up and shrug off the moonbattery.
On a tip from TaterSalad.