Monday, June 23, 2014


At PJ Media, Don Sucher has a list of excuses cultural explanation in list form as to why the Baby Boomers are the way that they are.  In the John Lennon section there is this gem:
“Imagine no possessions, I wonder if you can / No need for greed or hunger, a brotherhood of man.”
Again, nice words, whether sincerely sung at Lennon’s 72 acre Surrey Estate with its splendid gardens and manmade lake, or in any of the five apartments he and his second wife, Yoko Ono, kept at one time in New York City’s fabulously exclusive Dakota apartment building.
Exactly how I feel about the Boomers, at least our elites of that ilk.  Sting and The Police captured this essence in their song "Born in the 50s" although my sense is that Sting was writing of his cohorts with pride rather than derision.

Topical this subject is, as we learn that Hillary "bristled" at Obama's lame Benghazi deception, alas, not because it was a deception, but because it was not a plausable decpetion, i.e. not a deception worthy of the famed political genius of Clintonism.


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