Bill Quick, on a much-despised — except by itself — demographic cohort:
Today my generation, the Baby Brats, the most pampered and immature generation in American history, has been in charge for going on three decades. Naturally the “Me Me Me” Generation regards government as mommy, daddy, nanny, and banker. But the generations coming after us don’t feel that way at all. And what we are seeing now in the political arena is just the beginning of the generational earthquake that will wipe away the influence of the Aging Brats almost entirely.
What can’t go on, won’t go on. America cannot go on under the Baby Brat notions of entitlement, so it won’t.
I’m sure there are some younger folk who are inclined to spend their lives purely on the receiving end, as it were, but I expect they’ll be purged alongside the Boomerdom that was far too willing to give them that option.