what is it about adults not listining to what teens have to say about are government.
i mean teens have oppions that can be better than the president but noone seams to care about what we have to say even after we study this stuff in class it all comes down to are oppions dont matter till its to late
Adults might be more inclied to listen if you improved your spelling, grammar, punctuation and proofreading skills. I counted ten or so mistakes in your submission.
Politicians don't care about the views of those under the age of 18 because they can't vote, the presidents job is based on votes – if you can vote then politicians will probably not care. That said you have a human right and children's right to express yourself get involved in protest movements (animal rights, green issue, human rights, workers rights) that interest you – you are never to young.
adults have some bad views about teens but they can learn a lot form them. especially these days. most are smarter then their adults.
Perhaps adults and even toddlers would be more inclined to listen if you brushed up on your spelling. If you want to get people to pay attention, put your best foot forward.
Yo Crazy! Look speaking as a Dad with a sense of humor, teens and young adults tend to base opinions on emotions. We all do it and we all grow out of it. In our house unless its a crisis it doesn't get much air time. Just take the time to think things through and if something really bugs you butter them up and lay it on them. Everybody likes to be schmoozed! Work on your spelling and grammer, I suck at it too, but its important. Peace Out !
Teens don't have a lot of experience of the world, and so their opinions aren't always grounded with how things actually work. After you get around the block once, adults will tend to listen more. But by then, you'll be an adult yourself
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