"There is very little justice in this world; only the law, which is a very poor substitute."
Peter Hathaway Capstick
College graduates who can't find jobs might be re-thinking the promises of hope and change.
Whether college students or college grads will take the time to vote this November is another story. I think the under 30 crowd like Obama's youth and hipness. I don't know if that will get them to the polls this year or not. I have a grandson and a granddaughter who are 21. The grandson pays a little bit of attention to politics because he attends a university, but he does not think much about the coming election or what is happening beyond his studies and football. The granddaughter has a job, attends community college, is into herself and friends. Doubtful she will register to vote which does not concern me as she should not be voting as she would go for the promises of hope and change, but have no clue. She'd vote like her friends -- for a hip president.
If NBC wouldn't report one single story on Fast & Furious until now, we know they chose not to cover Obama administration negatives. Same with other major media outlets. They decide what is newsworthy and put their own slant on it. It is amazing to watch the different channels report on the same topic and compare how the stories are slanted.