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  • duststorm on September 05 2012 said:
    What do you expect? We have no one following up behind us. We have killed millions of little Americans in the womb. Instead of a larger group of 20'somethings, there are 78 million baby boomers and there should be 300 million young adults fueling a vibrant economy. But they are ghosts.

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