Harvard Professor Tells Youth to Hop Off the Obama Bandwagon





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Published on Jun 21, 2012

Harvard professor and author Niall Ferguson thinks that young people should join the Tea Party. Is he right? Are youth getting cheated by liberals and socialists? Are baby boomers picking the pockets of kids around the country? Find out.

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Comments • 67

16 year old Minnesotan conservative checking in!
wonder how much Romney paid them to say that
18 year old California conservative checking in!
great way to insult your guests in the first 10 seconds of an interview, check the guy shaking his head on the right, "bowel movements!!" what is that guy thinking.....
I live in San Antonio, which is close enough to Austin, Tx. to be on the frontline of the hipster invasion. and it makes me sick. All the yuppy protesters not seeing the irony of hating business while blogging on macbooks, thinking they're cooler than me by being individual just like everyone else in line at the apple store, listening to bands i've never heard of cause they can't get a record deal. If that's the choice A, i'd gladly pick B and be a conservative. Cause skinny jeans are just wrong
That's exactly what i was thinking. What part of youthful rebellion makes you want to agree with the smiling man in the suit that everyone on tv and in the movies thinks is just swell? 
Mike Smith
Good for you! Don't let the trendy zzzzombies push ya around! Win today, and claim the future. America is counting on you. Don't just stand up, fight back! If your knuckels get bruised and bloody, there are ballbats and 12 gauges. That's if only you aren't able to talk some sense into the idjits! Still, it's a fun first option !
Mike Smith
Best reply I've read in weeks! Just got wise to Bill Whittle 2 days ago. Tea Party? He's too good for the Tea Party. If only he'd get more exposeure and press, he could go much further. Finally, a conservitive who puts logic above ideaology! 
Collectivism posed as "liberalism" is definitely the tired status quo, has been for the last 100 years. I say "liberalism" in quotes because, when this country was founded, a "liberal" was someone who believed in "LIBerty". In the old days, a classical liberal (like Thomas Jefferson) was a guy who believed in minarchism, a gold standard, and laissez-faire capitalism. Today's "liberals" are anything but; they are fascist collectivists who hide behind drippy feel-good platitudes.
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