They're not exactly wrong for politicians not representing the people. America is one of the most politically apathetic 1st world nations in the world, with midterm elections [url=http://www.fairvote.org/voter_turnout#voter_turnout_101]being recorded to having only a 35% voter turnout rate in 2013[/url]. This low turnout is from people who are eligible to vote, not counting people who are younger than 18 or have not registered to vote. In this part of California, this place is heavily Republican (imagine for every 10 people, there's probably 7 or 8 that are Republican), yet this place tends to vote Democratic. This is because the voter turnout for this county is one of the lowest turnouts in California. It's not because of voter suppression or whatever, but because people in this area just don't give a shit about politics when it comes to voting, but they always love to whine and complain that the people that have been elected for this county and state do not represent their views. The generation after mine is heavily opinionated and very passionate about politics, which I personally like. It shows that they give a damn about where this country is going or where they want to steer it towards. Compared to previous generations like my generation or even my cousin's generation as a Gen X'er, the Gun Violence generation has the courage to say and do things that my generation was too much of a coward to do. I don't necessarily agree with everything the next generation says, but I'll give them a lot of respect because they're being very proactive in what they believe in rather than just complaining about things in the US right now behind a computer screen like my generation did.