It's an interesting point. Clearly individually the answer is no. But as a group you voted time after time for political leadership that led to this situation.
Then again, I'm 40 odd and don't think of myself as a baby boomer, but I wonder what future generations will think of us with the bank bailouts and the last ten years. I don't think they will have a very generous opinion of what we have done, or haven't done to stop it.
Sorry, but I really don't see how I can be held responsible for what others of my generation have done. I have never voted Labour (New or otherwise) and actively campaigned against them, have never claimed benefits, always paid tax and NI. I am now retired on a modest annuity funded by my private pension payments and my savings. I won't qualify to draw my state pension for another.... well, I'm not sure how many years as it looks like that's going to change.