Demographic trends favor U.S., if we do things right

  • Article by: LEE SCHAFER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 7, 2012 - 5:23 PM
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smarterthanuJul. 8, 12 8:42 AM

What about the rest of the story for Ireland? They peaked in the nineties and are stuck in a steady decline that they probably won't be able to pull out of.

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hjlazniJul. 8, 1210:39 AM

A LOT OF INTERESTING FACTS. HOWEVER, WHAT MAKES US THINK THAT A LARGER GROUP OF PRE SENIORS WILL HAVE GOOD PAYING JOBS TO ALLOW THEM TO SUPPORT THEMSELVES AND THEIR OFFSPRING AND RETIRED SENIORS. HOW MUCH OF THE MONOPOLY MONEY WILL BE IN THE HANDS OF A FEW THAT FUND ELECTIONS FOR REPRESENTATIVES THAT KEEP THE MONEY IN THE RICH PEOPLE'S HANDS.

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BBJoeJul. 8, 12 5:32 PM

How many of the baby boomers are recent decendants of immigrants? The inclusion of new groups may be somewhat responsible for the economic boom of last century in America. Earlier in the century it was illegal in many cases to marry someone now of your religion or ethnicity. Most people don't care about that now, but conservatives did. They are now against gays marrying. The biggest impediment to America moving forward will be conservative politics. Always has been.

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