To quote Winston Churchill:
And I would like to point out that this implies that the young have no brains. Or more correctly their lack of experience in life prevents them from perceiving reality.
Then you have the cases of the liberals that are over thirty. Guess what this means.
That I have had life experiences that differ from Winston Churchill, and my experiences have given me my own views of reality during this era.
70 years ago I'm sure that was a pretty profound statement.
I believe in the right to life and the death penalty(I don't see that you cannot believe in one without believing in the other a life is a life), the NRA, freedom of speech, unified health care, higher taxes for the wealthy, more educational funds, our kids getting less expensive higher educations, better benefits for the elderly, only fighting in wars that can be won, voting for a change in the ridiculous administration we have now.
If this makes me a stupid liberal in your eyes so what.
It makes you an ignorant conservative that has no concept of changing times in mine.
Over 30 and proud of what I believe in.