I'm 65 and I don't appreciate being "blamed" for all the problems of today. I could blame my parents for sucking up all the social security monies (which I paid for 50 years) and allowing gold to be confiscated. I could blame my grandparents for allowing the federal reserve to be established. I could blame both generations for being so foolish as to fall for World War I and World War II...
One can always find "someone" to blame for "their" problems.
I'm not overly impressed with the accomplishments of the younger generation today - but I'm not blaming them for the ills of society (of which they have a part). It took 235 years to get to this state...and everyone shares a part of the problem...
Let's stop the blame game.
Homosexuals, atheists, and drug users are NOT the problem - neither are the elderly - the problem is government - so protecting some people while blaming others is being biased yourself.
If one does not win the votes of a large number of the generation you apparently "blame" - the election will be lost.
And I must say, being 65, if I was not already an avid Ron Paul supporter, and I read your essay, I would NOT vote for the candidate that YOU were promoting.