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Aug 23, 2007


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Honestly, is it any surprise that the young are idealistic (and naive)?

I'm more than a little tired of these "young evangelicals aren't like Falwell" stories. Since when did 20-year-olds take their marching orders from anyone? It's an age to indulge in stupid ideas that will embarrass you at 30. And to slander your elders. Can anyone point to an actual occasion where anyone - of any age - actually suggested that caring for the poor was "communist"?

Maybe this is just the lament of a 31-year-old who was really, really dumb at 23. I don't know.

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