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Don’t pigeonhole boomers

Let’s begin by getting some of Paul Ramey’s alternate facts straight (“Boomer legacy in danger,” Jan. 4).

The Baby Boomers generation encompasses those born between 1946 - 1964. That calculates to those of us from 55 to 73 years of age. Most likely we will have several years left before “our generation” is extinct. We, no doubt, will be able to witness more presidents to come. Do not assume that all Boomers voted for the disaster now in our White House. We did not!

We would also like to remind Mr. Ramey that Trump did not win the popular vote. Let’s stop pointing fingers and become united to get this administration under control no matter how old you are. All votes matter.

Darlene and Rick Lockert



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