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JULY4 4 points ago +5 / -1

What does age have to do with skill in governing?

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Goozmania 2 points ago +4 / -2

Liberal millennial ideology.

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blackkit27 [S] 1 point ago +5 / -4

The Generational Gap is a huge issue, especially when it comes to Technology something almost none of these current Governor's give two shits about. It's why none have actually acted on an Internet Bill of Rights at a State Level.

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Goozmania 1 point ago +5 / -4 (edited)

Ok zoomer... That has nothing to do with their age... It was people their age who developed the fucking internet, to begin with. Our generation has done nothing but take what was given to us and complain that we didn't get more.

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Goozmania 0 points ago +5 / -5

I'm actually going to do a quick follow-up here.

If you wanted to run for office with an agenda focusing on internet regulations or lack thereof, that's fine and dandy. Making it sound like it has to be you, because of your age is asinine.

People over 60 know an assload more about science, health and technology than you do.

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blackkit27 [S] -1 points ago +3 / -4

Three things actually. 1. 3/5ths are in that Higher Risk Category, they didn't give a shit about what Lockdowns would do to there State Economies or America as a whole, they were simply about Self Preservation, Only Kristi Noem (under 50) was Full Steam Ahead "No Shutdowns, No Lockdowns". 2. Most of these people like Ohio Governor Mike Dewine have been in power for Decades and are Super Corrupt, they don't care about the problems, stresses, struggles and financial hardships of the everyday Americans of there States and are simply just in it for there own financial interests and duping people into either voting for them again come re-election or voting in there successor who is slightly younger but just as corrupt (Jon Husted) instead of actually creating something to will benefit Americans for Generations to come. 3. Most of these current Governors don't know or give two shits about The Internet or Future Technology issues like Online Censorship. I personally do as I've been censored more then once and know what the issue is and that it's way past time for an Internet Bill of Rights. When it's all said and done most of these people only care about others in there own age bracket if they care about anybody at all, with younger generations of Civil Servants getting into office it could flip this nation on it's ear and finally lead us back to our Constitutional Roots, never forget most of our Founding Fathers were under 18 when the American Revolution started. It's time to get back to a time when young scrappy upstarts who actually cared about the US Constitution got things done for the betterment of Generations to come.

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JULY4 2 points ago +3 / -1
  1. Older people are selfish and cowardly because they are older? Wow. How do you describe antifa?

  2. Young people can also be corrupt--I seem to remember some members of the recent class of congress with campaign financing issues....

  3. Censorship is not that complex.

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friarfox 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't disagree but the problem is finding and financing them. You need to break a lot of laws and trash them for the 70s onward. We are drowning in laws. It's time to bring decent wages back without the burden of an elephant on our backs. The way to succeed is to keep jobs for graduates here in the US.

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blackkit27 [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Financing is a major problem, it's why we need to get money out of politics entirely or at least start capping it on a political race by political race basis. I figured out in the last few months I will need to raise over a Million Dollars to have a real shot here in Ohio in 2022.

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friarfox 2 points ago +2 / -0

For sure. The media costs alone prevents the average Joe from campaigning. Let's not even discuss the social media bias which once would have been a viable option. It's a monkey's paw. You need the money to run and then you owe which nullifies the reason you ran in the first place. The system is rigged and the rich sponsor the favorite. It's business as usual.

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Bbme19 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think there's a reason for that and it's because once someone is in power it's difficult to remove them due to name recognition and the fact that they usually don't willigngly step down. Term limits will likely never get passed because of that.

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jme5343 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ron DeSantis is 42

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blackkit27 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah I met to say under 40.

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Kavfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yessss!

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Carbum -1 points ago +5 / -6

Sorry kid.. I won't vote for someone younger than me for Ohio government. I don't trust millennials to change a tire.

-Zero life experience

-Can't scratch their balls without having to google how

-Zero life experience

-No respect for the right way to live.. you weren't alive to see it.. all you know is google and chaos.

-Zero life experience.

We need Gen X running shit.. the men in that generation have balls and know they are men.

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Feduprighty1 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yea, because gen x did so many great things, like allow our country to be taken over by marxists. Schools media deep state all happened on gen x’s watch. I’m a millennial, and yes I hate my generation, but lord knows gen x is no better.

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blackkit27 [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0 (edited)

Good thing I fall into the Xennial category. Hate Millennials and have already survived Colon Cancer before I was 35.