Allow me to be the first one not to congratulate you. Through exertions that—let's be honest—were probably less than heroic, most of you have spent the last few years getting inflated grades in useless subjects in order to obtain a debased degree. Now you're entering a lousy economy, courtesy of the very president whom you, as freshmen, voted for with such enthusiasm. Please spare us the self-pity about how tough it is to look for a job while living with your parents. They're the ones who spent a fortune on your education only to get you back— return-to-sender, forwarding address unknown.
Sounds a bit republican considering that it's fairly difficult to return to a positive point in such short time after so much money has been spent and the policies messed up by previous government and where the senate contains republican members who obviously will go against policies from the democrat side. Either way this article speaks wonders to the class of 2012, especially with regards to intelligence and ego. Intelligence isn't just book smarts though, common sense to connect the dots globally and not just a single speck.