Friday, April 27, 2012
"Study: Millennials Reject Religious Doctrine": The Millennium Generation moving Left on Social Issues and Economic Policy
There was a study yesterday by the Pew Research Center, an Independent Research Center. Not Democratic or Republican, not Left or Right. That suggested that the Millennium Generation is Liberal-Libertarian on Social Issues. Thinks like Same Sex Marriage, guns, guns, immigration, tolerance towards people who aren't the same as you. And then there was a another study today by Cal Berkley, suggesting that the Millennium Generation isn't very religious at all. That even though they may come from Religious Families. They are not fundamentalist with they're beliefs. All these things are good news for Liberals and Libertarians and whatever is left. Of the Conservative Movement, not the Far Right but real Conservatives. Americans as a people don't like being told what to do by Government, especially Big Government. Not saying all of this believe in this, which is why we have a Far Right and Far Left in America. But a consensus of Americans don't want Big Government in our wallets and bedrooms.
The Millennium Generation is a perfect example of this, people who everyday are becoming. Small Business owners and running they're own companies. They don't want to be told how to run its business or have to pay high taxes. And they don't want Corporate Welfare or like Corporate Welfare. And they know and like plenty of people who are of a different race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality. And don't judge these people by these things and don't believe things like Same Sex Marriage should be illegal. And don't like the War on Drugs and a lot of these people voted for Barack Obama for President in 2008. But are now disappointed with the President on some of these Social Issues. Some of these people have voted for Ron Paul for President, one reason why he's done so well with young people. And young people who are more Liberal then they are Libertarian, such as myself. Are looking at Gary Johnson for President.
Liberals and Libertarians are in good shape politically as we move forward. As the country becomes even younger and grows even more Liberal-Libertarian. Which is why I believe both the Democratic and Libertarian Parties. Has a strong future ahead of them, if they capitalize on it. That the Democratic Party continues to be a Liberal Party and doesn't move more left. But Religious and Neoconservatives, as well as Progressives. Are going to have to adapt its messages, if they want to remain relevant in American Politics.