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Well now, since I am 68 years old,I can relate to most of your observations about the changes in America over the past 60 years. For the most part, I think our better years are behind us. Our society is more vulgar, morals are loose, young people are more promiscuous, many just cohabitate and do not marry. Some seniors are as morally loose as the young. Movies are tasteless and profane. God is insulted on TV, and many are openly hostile against Christians and the Christian faith. The Democratic Party, always a party of radicals, leftists, socialists, and other scoundrels, run the country from Washington in typical Chicago style thug politics. Obama, a second rate Chicago politician, anointed by the liberal media as a statesman, manages to get into power,dispensing taxpayer money like candy. The Republicans under Bush managed to get us deep into Muslim wars, defending people who hate us, hate freedom, and live for violence and jihad. Yes, Ron, all we have is nostalgia, because our best years are behind us, minus all the wars of course.
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