The thing is, I realize, that me being angry at someone isn't helping the situation a whole lot. Like, if I'm angry, my blood pressure rises and that puts strain on my heart which I will be needing for a while.
In addition, it's like the Buddha said, that if you give a gift to someone and they don't want it, won't take it, then the gift remains your property. In the same way, anger is a gift that the other person will not take.
We see a similar sentiment in in the King James Bible, James 1:19-20:
Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath:
20 For the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God.
So when some dumb retro-hippie fresh out of college writes an essay about how everyone who disagrees with universal single-payer healthcare is evil, I can't change things by getting angry at them.
That's another good point, too, that those who are the youth, have the future. I can try to transmit to the youth what I think are the best parts of my culture, but I can't guarantee that they will accept all of it, or even some of it. Indeed, what I think are the best parts of my culture aren't everything that my forefathers thought.
So it's darned lucky for me that comic books have a power to connect with the youth like no other medium.