Gump basically gets everything anybody could every want but the one thing Gump really does want. He never seems to be able to hold on to his childhood sweetheart, Jenny. With a talent for making wrong decisions, Jenny walks a dreadful path through the same world as Gump, but without the benefits of Gump's simple good ways.
As we drift away from the some of the negative deterrents that might harm some others like war, racism, child abuse, poverty, political murder, death by AIDS. As the viewer just repeats after Gump "That's all I've got to say about that." We drift back, because like Gump, America is straightforward. Overcoming racism turns out to be easy for Gump. We can make that assumption because Gump understands a lot of American history through the popular music whose lyrics often echo the plot twists in the film and the never-ending snatches of TV images and pop songs with the way the audience is supposed to understand it.
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