All the same, this self-serving boomer entitlement narrative is BS. There are plenty of young people who are hard workers and will make great leaders any day now.
All you're doing is what your daddy's generation did and the one before it..... saying 'these young people ain't worth a damn'...when in reality, they are no different than any other generation of youngsters finding their way in this world. Each generation expresses it just a little differently, but they aren't much different in the end.
For every 18-20 year old that hasn't 'manned-up' in the world....there are still 40 and 50 year old man children out there that can't get a hold of themselves and are bilking their elderly parents and making them feel guilty for not enabling their drug habit. Nothing makes me more sick than someone on a fixed income that is still supporting a grown 'child' in their 40's and 50's and can't pay their light bill. "You don't love me, and you're going to let me go homeless?" Yeah, love em enough to be homeless.
And some of these same 40 and 50 year old 'man children' did not do the world a favor and refrain from breeding. No, they took the opportunity to have 'snowflake millennials' as you like to call them--- and at an early age they had to be the adults of the house -- and that's if they had parental reinforcement from grandma and grandpa.
They didn't enter a world where there was job security and rent was $100/month in New York, with utilities included. Healthcare isn't a benefit that comes with having a job, and a part time job does not fund a college education.
There are many resilient young people that still jump those hurdles and rise to the occasion....and some don't.
The world is just not as black and white as you would like it to be. WHEN someone was born means very little.
Don't go there with that generational divide nonsense..