If you needed any, here's a little ammunition with which you can load your weapon of choice and fire over our state's southern border.
worst state ever!
George Steinbrenner, Jeffrey Dahmer, Charles Manson, and the Redneck Rocker..."
Is usually a no no...That said, the group that puts on the video, New Left, go and watch their video from the rally on the Capitol back from August (I think). It will make you sad to be an American with the lack of knowledge some of them have, including a man wearing a UM hat.
Isn't it strange that people are so eager to talk about politics until they realize they really don't know anything about the topic?
And those people like to refer to themselves as teabaggers. Interesting.
Wow. At first I thought you were merely making fun of them for supporting a Republican and I was going to say something in defense of the GOP...
But after hearing those people talk and respond to the interviewer's questions I'm baffled. That was painful to watch. My favorite was the guy in the Steelers jacket who had to really struggle to put a sentence together. Haha this video is a great find.
For the sake of showing that the stupidity goes both ways see the video below.
Exactly. It's really easy to edit videos to make people say whatever you want them to say and to look as bad as you want them to look. You can just as easily go out there and find videos of people on either side of the political spectrum being made to look just as stupid and uninformed.
Absolutely. This can be done for any point of view.
..she's just an unemployed ditz who realized she could make more money by "going rogue" than keeping her day job. She certainly is making the most of her extended "fifteen minutes."
Ok, that was kind of unfair because people there don't know much about anything. I'm sure there are uninformed Liberals and there are informed Conservatives. That is from one little bookstore, not all of the Palin supporters in the country.
... and focus on the key issue here -- we need education reform in America. That was sad...
Yes, there are stupid people everywhere. You could fine millions of people who love Obama and would give you no reason. But, I have yet to hear 1 person give me a real reason why they like and support Palin. Only stuff like, "drill baby drill" or "she's a pit bull"
in Michigan for almost four years, I probably knocked on 5,000 doors in four years, and I've spoken with thousands of voters, constituents, legislators, staffers, and lobbyists.
I can tell you without question that the people who scream the loudest in all of those groups (be they Democrat, Republican, Independent, or none-of-the-above) are typically the ones who don't know what they're talking about. That's part of the problem; people who don't know anything about policy go all Brick Tamland (LOOOOUUUUUD NOISES...), and reasonable people don't have the energy to shout down the buffoons.
Let's stay civil...
...lest the kittens suffer
Seriously, it's a commentary on the Columbus crowd. The things they say prove an uninformed city, not an uninformed party or voting bloc (which may be true, but that's not the point here). I wouldn't have posted it if it was from Cleveland and there was one guy wearing an Ohio State pin.
but these things are predictable. Someone will take something the wrong way, and will make a sarcastic comment. Someone else gets offended, and calls him a sh*thead. Before long, someone mentions Hitler, and then we've got
"Do you think there might be any problem with supporting her knowing that you're not familiar with her foreign policy issues?"
"Um, no, that wouldn't keep me from not voting for her."
Goes both ways... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mm1KOBMg1Y8&feature=player_embedded
Only in Columbus.
This is a diamond in the rough, thank you.
re: the guy in the steelers jacket...something along the lines of how Roethlisberger's concussion has really taken a toll...LOL