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Mon Mar 30, 2020, 01:00 AM

I'm full of grief for their future

For a brief moment when Bernie was the front runner, I thought maybe we will manage to steer the Titanic away from the iceberg (not a great analogy for global warming). Then came South Carolina and my heart fell. I have had to be very careful about my exposure to the news, because I am so disappointed, so full of grief. Bernie’s climate plan offers hope. He won majorities with under 40 voters. Why is that? Maybe because they know what they will be left with because of “incremental change”? I’m a boomer. I only have a few years left. But these young people, I am full of grief for their futures. I have a really hard time being tolerant of the Bernie bro jokes because of this. How is it so easy to dismiss the concerns of the coming generation? Doesn’t this pandemic show how fragile this reality is? Of course I will vote for the Democratic nominee. Two things: DACA and judges. But I am full of grief for their future.

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Paka Mar 2020 #1
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Mon Mar 30, 2020, 05:09 AM

1. I'm pre-boomer, and I too am full of grief.

The future should be theirs to determine. To discount them for your own immediate greed is unacceptable. The youth who responded to Senator Sanders' message are the ones who will suffer. To block out their voice to protect a return to status quo is tragic.

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Mon Mar 30, 2020, 11:52 PM

2. Like living in a separate reality

This is so clear to me but none of my boomer friends see it in this light, except for my husband. Thank you for your reply.

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