Mark Levin: ‘It’s My Generation That Has Shredded The Constitution’

Real Clear Politics

…There’s always this talk about the younger generation, upper-teens, college students, young people, young families — anywhere from about 17 and 18 to about 40, 45. But there is something wrong with them. They’re just not as good as with our generation. There is something wrong — they’re too liberal, they’re lethargic, they don’t embrace American principles.

I started thinking more about this when I watched my son’s graduation ceremony at Chapman University. And I noticed another gentlemen over here did the same thing for The Daily Caller. Timothy Philen. I don’t know who he is. And what he wrote there — and we will link to it on my website — is something that I was thinking about too when I was watching the procession of graduates. I thought to myself, this generation, this younger generation is actually a pretty good generation, all things told.

It’s my generation that is doing things to them. It’s my generation that is forcing them into liberal indoctrination centers that we call our public school system. It’s my generation that has elected politicians — there’s not enough of them to vote, it’s our generation, my generation that has elected people from our generation who create these massive yearly deficits and this ballooning debt that will destroy their futures if we don’t figure out how to reverse course.

It’s not the younger generation, it’s our generation that has shredded the Constitution, and generations before us. It’s not the 18-year-olds, the 20-year-olds and 30-year-olds. Yes, it’s true…

…There’s not a single 18-year-old or 20-year-old or 24-year-old in Congress. Or in the Oval Office. Or in the federal courts. Or in the cabinet. I want you to think about that. I don’t want to get in a big debate about that, but I want you to think about that.

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