Millennials Can Relate to ISIS

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This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
No, seriously. They actually said this.
2.19.2016
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Trey Sanchez


Just when you thought you've heard it all, another video commentary by liberal media comes along and proves you haven't.

Such is the case with the progressive outlet Mic, whose latest claim is that millennials and ISIS aren't really all that different:

According to sources in Syria, ISIS is so broke they can no longer afford energy drinks or Snickers bars for their fighters. They can't pay their bills, they're struggling with taxes… From a financial perspective, ISIS is relatable.

And with that, we give you This Week in Progressive Lunacy!

Here's how contributor Nicole Pasquale explained the similarities further in their attempt at a light-hearted video:

When you set aside all the global terrorism and kidnapping and flogging… as millennials, we're really not that different from ISIS. We started out convinced we'd take over the world and then reality set in: We struggle with rent, the groceries and utilities. We consider selling stuff to make extra cash. Taxes keep getting in the way. And despite all this, we still boast about our lives on social media. But at least we still have our Snickers!

So, congratulations, Mic, on finding common ground with a murderous terror organization. But you don't have to take our word for it; here's what your own readers had to say on Facebook (all appear as written):

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This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
 

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Lib-tarts don't surprise me anymore, and others will run to defend 3 2 1 lol...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
No, seriously. They actually said this.
2.19.2016
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Trey Sanchez


Just when you thought you've heard it all, another video commentary by liberal media comes along and proves you haven't.

Such is the case with the progressive outlet Mic, whose latest claim is that millennials and ISIS aren't really all that different:

According to sources in Syria, ISIS is so broke they can no longer afford energy drinks or Snickers bars for their fighters. They can't pay their bills, they're struggling with taxes… From a financial perspective, ISIS is relatable.

And with that, we give you This Week in Progressive Lunacy!

Here's how contributor Nicole Pasquale explained the similarities further in their attempt at a light-hearted video:

When you set aside all the global terrorism and kidnapping and flogging… as millennials, we're really not that different from ISIS. We started out convinced we'd take over the world and then reality set in: We struggle with rent, the groceries and utilities. We consider selling stuff to make extra cash. Taxes keep getting in the way. And despite all this, we still boast about our lives on social media. But at least we still have our Snickers!

So, congratulations, Mic, on finding common ground with a murderous terror organization. But you don't have to take our word for it; here's what your own readers had to say on Facebook (all appear as written):

...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
 
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Lib-tarts don't surprise me anymore, and others will run to defend 3 2 1 lol...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
No, seriously. They actually said this.
2.19.2016
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Trey Sanchez


Just when you thought you've heard it all, another video commentary by liberal media comes along and proves you haven't.

Such is the case with the progressive outlet Mic, whose latest claim is that millennials and ISIS aren't really all that different:

According to sources in Syria, ISIS is so broke they can no longer afford energy drinks or Snickers bars for their fighters. They can't pay their bills, they're struggling with taxes… From a financial perspective, ISIS is relatable.

And with that, we give you This Week in Progressive Lunacy!

Here's how contributor Nicole Pasquale explained the similarities further in their attempt at a light-hearted video:

When you set aside all the global terrorism and kidnapping and flogging… as millennials, we're really not that different from ISIS. We started out convinced we'd take over the world and then reality set in: We struggle with rent, the groceries and utilities. We consider selling stuff to make extra cash. Taxes keep getting in the way. And despite all this, we still boast about our lives on social media. But at least we still have our Snickers!

So, congratulations, Mic, on finding common ground with a murderous terror organization. But you don't have to take our word for it; here's what your own readers had to say on Facebook (all appear as written):

...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
obama wreck the middle east - Google Search

...:blsmile:
 

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Lib-tarts don't surprise me anymore, and others will run to defend 3 2 1 lol...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
No, seriously. They actually said this.
2.19.2016
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Trey Sanchez


Just when you thought you've heard it all, another video commentary by liberal media comes along and proves you haven't.

Such is the case with the progressive outlet Mic, whose latest claim is that millennials and ISIS aren't really all that different:

According to sources in Syria, ISIS is so broke they can no longer afford energy drinks or Snickers bars for their fighters. They can't pay their bills, they're struggling with taxes… From a financial perspective, ISIS is relatable.

And with that, we give you This Week in Progressive Lunacy!

Here's how contributor Nicole Pasquale explained the similarities further in their attempt at a light-hearted video:

When you set aside all the global terrorism and kidnapping and flogging… as millennials, we're really not that different from ISIS. We started out convinced we'd take over the world and then reality set in: We struggle with rent, the groceries and utilities. We consider selling stuff to make extra cash. Taxes keep getting in the way. And despite all this, we still boast about our lives on social media. But at least we still have our Snickers!

So, congratulations, Mic, on finding common ground with a murderous terror organization. But you don't have to take our word for it; here's what your own readers had to say on Facebook (all appear as written):

...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
obama wreck the middle east - Google Search

...:blsmile:
Well no one should be surprised by how stupid your response was.

Anyways back to your butthurt opinion of the next generation:

 
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Lib-tarts don't surprise me anymore, and others will run to defend 3 2 1 lol...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
No, seriously. They actually said this.
2.19.2016
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Trey Sanchez


Just when you thought you've heard it all, another video commentary by liberal media comes along and proves you haven't.

Such is the case with the progressive outlet Mic, whose latest claim is that millennials and ISIS aren't really all that different:

According to sources in Syria, ISIS is so broke they can no longer afford energy drinks or Snickers bars for their fighters. They can't pay their bills, they're struggling with taxes… From a financial perspective, ISIS is relatable.

And with that, we give you This Week in Progressive Lunacy!

Here's how contributor Nicole Pasquale explained the similarities further in their attempt at a light-hearted video:

When you set aside all the global terrorism and kidnapping and flogging… as millennials, we're really not that different from ISIS. We started out convinced we'd take over the world and then reality set in: We struggle with rent, the groceries and utilities. We consider selling stuff to make extra cash. Taxes keep getting in the way. And despite all this, we still boast about our lives on social media. But at least we still have our Snickers!

So, congratulations, Mic, on finding common ground with a murderous terror organization. But you don't have to take our word for it; here's what your own readers had to say on Facebook (all appear as written):

...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
obama wreck the middle east - Google Search

...:blsmile:
Well no one should be surprised by how stupid your response was.

Anyways back to your butthurt opinion of the next generation:

...:blahblah:
 

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Doubtless many of the young males want to stop the girls giving themselves to EVERYONE.


You see, you've got it backwards. Millenials want a return to traditional values...

think about it...
 

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Lib-tarts don't surprise me anymore, and others will run to defend 3 2 1 lol...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
No, seriously. They actually said this.
2.19.2016
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Trey Sanchez


Just when you thought you've heard it all, another video commentary by liberal media comes along and proves you haven't.

Such is the case with the progressive outlet Mic, whose latest claim is that millennials and ISIS aren't really all that different:

According to sources in Syria, ISIS is so broke they can no longer afford energy drinks or Snickers bars for their fighters. They can't pay their bills, they're struggling with taxes… From a financial perspective, ISIS is relatable.

And with that, we give you This Week in Progressive Lunacy!

Here's how contributor Nicole Pasquale explained the similarities further in their attempt at a light-hearted video:

When you set aside all the global terrorism and kidnapping and flogging… as millennials, we're really not that different from ISIS. We started out convinced we'd take over the world and then reality set in: We struggle with rent, the groceries and utilities. We consider selling stuff to make extra cash. Taxes keep getting in the way. And despite all this, we still boast about our lives on social media. But at least we still have our Snickers!

So, congratulations, Mic, on finding common ground with a murderous terror organization. But you don't have to take our word for it; here's what your own readers had to say on Facebook (all appear as written):

...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
I relate with more to the IRA, but I am a Generation X child...
 

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Lib-tarts don't surprise me anymore, and others will run to defend 3 2 1 lol...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
No, seriously. They actually said this.
2.19.2016
News
Trey Sanchez


Just when you thought you've heard it all, another video commentary by liberal media comes along and proves you haven't.

Such is the case with the progressive outlet Mic, whose latest claim is that millennials and ISIS aren't really all that different:

According to sources in Syria, ISIS is so broke they can no longer afford energy drinks or Snickers bars for their fighters. They can't pay their bills, they're struggling with taxes… From a financial perspective, ISIS is relatable.

And with that, we give you This Week in Progressive Lunacy!

Here's how contributor Nicole Pasquale explained the similarities further in their attempt at a light-hearted video:

When you set aside all the global terrorism and kidnapping and flogging… as millennials, we're really not that different from ISIS. We started out convinced we'd take over the world and then reality set in: We struggle with rent, the groceries and utilities. We consider selling stuff to make extra cash. Taxes keep getting in the way. And despite all this, we still boast about our lives on social media. But at least we still have our Snickers!

So, congratulations, Mic, on finding common ground with a murderous terror organization. But you don't have to take our word for it; here's what your own readers had to say on Facebook (all appear as written):

...

This Week in Progressive Lunacy: Millennials Can Relate to ISIS
Got too many expensive gadgets that they aren't responsible enough to use?

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Sorry millennials, but you know it's true.
 

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I'm not too surprised that the most spoiled generation of crybabies in history identifies with the most spoiled religion of crybabies in history. Us Gen.-Xers are the last generation to be born with two ellipses between our legs called testicles.
 

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