Simply a matter of fact. The World War II generation is not in
power. Neither Clinton nor Gore. Clinton is younger than you,
Joe. There may still be a couple of WW II-age people on the
Supreme Court, but a minority. Also a few Congressional Committee
heads, very few. Likewise, industry and the banks and
transportation and the army are all run by post-WW II people.
Even Colin Powell, now retired, started in Korea, a whole
different thing than WWII.
Joe McDonald wrote:
> monkerud wrote:
> > Concerning memorials to war dead... anyone else upset about the plan to
> > build a WWII memorial museum between the Lincoln and Washington memorial in
> > the capital?
> > While I can understand the motivation of the older set who want their
> > sacrifices to me remembered, the site will destroy what I understand is the
> > last large place to gather in the capital. That means the M.L. King civil
> > rights march, the million mom march and other such protest will occur where?
> > best, Don
> > http://www.bearbytes.com/news.htm (PDF download)
> > Black Bear Mining & Publishing Company
> well if it is true i for one am upset about it. i do not think that it is a
> coincidence that the WWII generation is still in power
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