Dirty Dancing. No one should talk politics on a third date, so feel fine about making a move somewhere between the opening credits (The Ronettes’ “Be My Baby” is such a jam) and when the movie turns into a sly discussion of Objectivism and abortion rights.
Chait’s apparent belief is that there has not been an increase in libertarian-leanings among youngsters, and that this is all a mirage furthered by the dastardly folks at the Reason Foundation and Ayn Rand lovers everywhere. For anyone paying attention to what young voters are saying, you may be excused to roll your eyes for a minute or two. I’ll wait.
When I was 7 years old, my father had a heart attack. Not one that killed him, thank God. He was rushed to the hospital in time for doctors to clear his blocked artery. No one was all that surprised. My dad had smoked three packs a day for 30 years—that’s over 650,000 cigarettes—before quitting.
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