Put yourself in the shoes of someone who has just entered retirement. Someone who has suffered a considerable cut in their retirement money (if they have any left at all) and faced with another 20 – 30 years of longevity.
Faced with a lack of substantial income, increasing health costs, living expenses & with a desire to stay up with the Jones’… do you think this type of person would be more susceptible to consider the benefits of socialism? Benefits that would now swing to their favor, to help those who cannot help themselves anymore.
I would stake a claim that a majority of Republican voters who approach / enter retirement would swing their vote in favor of a more socialistic idea, to aid them in their approaching, cash strapped, years.
I wonder what percentage of these baby boomers are really thinking like this, or who may have already swung their vote.
Could the Baby Boomers be responsible for plunging America into Socialism?
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