I don't know if I'd call that a "bright spot".
That's a demographic whose numbers will decline. They'll be dying off.
The GOP's missing the issues for the younger generation. They don't
roll with the social conservatives' attitudes.
I've been pleasantly surprised - I think he's done an excellent job
with the #1 problem he inherited from W. Bush: the financial crisis.
Thus far. He's managed to keep the psychology from going into a self-
reinforcing negative feedback loop like we did in the Great
Depression. The question from here on out is whether he's going to be
able to rein in his party's desire to keep the mad spending going.
I'm guessing he's gonna be able to do it. He's better at politics than
everyone else and will use that clout appropriately. I thought the
honeymoon was going to be over real fast as the novice president was
going to sink into the real world mire of backstabbing Washington
politics and the multiple crises he inherited, but I was wrong. The
guy is handling it.
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