No no no... The boomers don't just get let off the hook like that. They raised the millenials. The millenials simply listened to their advice. I agree with reconciling with the hand you're dealt and moving on, and forgiving, but the boomers need to know how terrible they were, and they need to repent. This is mostly their fault, simple as.Whilst this is undoubtedly true, it's still on the current generation(s) shoulders that they took that up and ran with it. I think the whole 'blame generation [insert generation here]' for our problems is the wrong attitude. You get dealt a hand in life, how you play it is your responsibility. Some people who grow up in broken homes use that to spur them on to great success, others use it to perpetuate their own victim mentality and just become useless parasites. The difference is the attitude of the person.
Whining that the boomers messed everything up, whilst it might contain a lot of truth, doesn't achieve anything. What are we going to do about it? That is the question. Moping around and whining is not an option if you ask me.