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Can you imagine being a teenager, never really living in an America that is not at war?

Bush, Obama, and Obama or Romney.

Why does this country keep electing these people?

The upside is that the liberty movement is growing. Young people have already shown that they are tired of it, with their support of Ron Paul and/or Gary Johnson.

I can't imagine not having a job at 16 years of age, and I can't imagine growing up in a country that has only known war all of my life at 13 years of age.

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There hasn't been a single decade in US history without war.


And this isn't even counting covert operations and coup d'etats.

Check out the Laissez-Faire Journal at LFJournal.com

"The State is a gang of thieves writ large." - Murray Rothbard

We have been at war since WWII

Don't forget the Korean war was never ended, there was no armistices agreement, then we had the cold war with the USSR, Vietnam, Reagan bombed Libya, Iran-contra, war in Grenada, the first gulf war in Iraq, the Afghanistan war, the second gulf war in Iraq. I see a pattern here!

was born after WWII--(both fathers were in WWII)

a small child during Korea--

was made afraid of Russia in primary school--

watched friends go off to Viet Nam (the female one); worried what my draft number might be (the male one)--

saw friends come back in body bags--

We have a child who was born just before Kuwait (the Gulf War) who is VERY cynical--

doesn't think anything will work; I think, yes, there has been too much war--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

I grew up in a country where

I grew up in a country where the Clintons committed Democide and killed off whistle blowers.

Southern Agrarian