Just like in 2008, college students and the rest of America’s youth voting bloc voted enthusiastically for President Barack Obama in 2012. For example, Obama trounced Mitt Romney among young people by a margin of 67 percent to 30 percent in populous and crucial states including Florida, Pennsylvania and Ohio, according to a Tufts University study.
So, freshly graduating college students of America, how is that vote working out for you in 2014 as you prepare to accept your hard-earned diplomas?
Not very well at all, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Over 80 percent of all graduating seniors have zilch in the way of jobs lined up for their post-campus lives, according to the poll conducted by AfterCollege, a website that connects job-seeking college students with employers.
Overall, the survey says, a paltry 17 percent of students have managed to land any kind of real job. That’s as of April.
There are consequences for being naive enough to vote for an inexperienced, ill-prepared Chicago Community Organizing leftist for President while mother USA was croaking from a popped housing bubble...
Carter and Clinton did real good with the CRA! Subprime mortgage derivatives were not big business until Clinton got in office.
WAKE UP KIDS! Naivety is no virtue!