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"...they're more focused on their own worries, such as getting a job or paying off mountains of student loans."

I just read a href=”http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_obama_youth_hangover”this story /alinked from Drudge about the “quiet” youth who are no longer so interested in politics. It seems those between 18-29 are too busy looking for a job and trying to pay back student loans to get too invested in politics:br /br /blockquoteLetdown is inevitable to a point, says James Emmett, an unemployed recent college graduate. br /br /”Of course I’m not as hopeful because everyone’s been exhausted, absorbed by the economic realities, from man on the street to Congressman,” says the 23-year-old artist who’s living with his parents on Long Island, N.Y., while he looks for work. But, he adds, the president needs to “trust that we’re still with him, build upon his community of support.” /blockquotebr /br /Apparently, none of these college grads is able to put two and two together and realize that they voted for a guy who is ruining our economy, and hence, is making it more difficult for them to get a job and pay off those student loans. I should feel sorry for these younger Obama voters but I don’t. All I have to say is “serves ya right, suckers!”