We had the Greatest Generation.
They gave birth to the baby boomers, who are arguable the Worst Generation.
And they gave birth to the boomer babies, or the Entitled Generation.
These are people like Brett Kavanaugh, who didn’t understand why anyone got angry at him for lewd behavior. Because he was born into wealth, he thought it was expected of him.
The same is true about U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz.
Like Donald Trump, his father is wealthy, and he never had to work an honest day in his life.
As the wealthy elite, these people think that whatever they do will never have repercussions because money will buy off anyone opposing them. The world is their apple, and they decide what to do with it.
But justice is coming for Gaetz. His perverted best friend just rolled over on him.
Because these guys have no backbone, and at the end of the day, whatever they need is all that matters.
Hopefully, Gaetz will have a few decades to whine about it in Cell Block B.
And if there is any justice in America, Trump will be joining him, and they can make Cell Block B great again.
It’s not surprising that the county Parks and Recreation Department director has caved in so soon to a few negative comments about the previously approved “fisherman” sculpture in Lili‘uokalani Gardens (Tribune-Herald, March 17).
Do we think the queen did not like fishermen?
One solution for those who are either sitting on the fence or are totally ignorant of modern art (about 150 years) is to go to the library and take out a book on contemporary art.
The big question is: Will the County Council be willing to stick their neck out for the Bill of Rights amendments that include freedom of expression?
Toby S. Hazel