Youth should be the only issue of the 2012 election, because all the subsidiary issues — inequality, the rising class system in America, the specter of decline, mass unemployment, the growing debt — are all fundamentally about the war against young Americans. But the choice young Americans face is between a party that claims to represent their interests but fails to and a party that explicitly opposes their interests and actively works to disenfranchise them...
...By bus and train and car pool, they will follow the gerontocracy to Tampa and Charlotte, the cities with the utter misfortune of hosting the presidential nominating conventions. Then we'll see if the people inside the convention centers can find the youth anything better to do.
We'll see then how the flowers of rage, planted and nurtured so carelessly for three decades, have sprung up and who will harvest them.
Which is why it is our job to teach America's young that the only antidote to the suicidal policies of Statism is Constitutional Conservatism.
It is our responsibility to return America to a lawful, civil society that recognizes the sovereignty of the individual and forces government to live within its means, like each of us must do in our own lives.
Hat tip: American Digest.