Thomas Friedman's latest piece in the New York Times: "Sorry, Kids. We Ate It All."
He writes: "Short of an economic meltdown, there is only one thing that might produce meaningful change: a mass movement for tax, spending and entitlement reform led by the cohort that is the least organized but will be the most affected if we don’t think long term — today’s young people. Whether they realize it or not, they’re the ones who will really get hit by all the cans we’re kicking down the road. ...But what are the chances of them getting out of Facebook and into their parents’ faces — and demanding not only that the wealthy do their part but that the next generation as a whole leaves something for this one? Too bad young people aren’t paying attention. Or are they?"
Yes, we are. This weekend, in Pittsburgh PA, we will demonstrate that. Let's show Thomas Friedman - and the rest of the world - that "the one thing that might produce meaningful change: a mass movement led by today's young people, getting out of Facebook and paying attention," is happening!