Thursday, September 20, 2012

An Unfortunate Representation Of An American University (Miami) (VIDEO)

Students from the University of Miami were asked if they were going to support Obama in the upcoming election.

You'll hear such gems as these in the video below:
"Um, I like him. I mean I'm gonna vote for him. I believe in what he stands for and everything he's doing for the country so, he's got my vote."

"Um, I think we are better than we have been in the last four years. Um...still need to work on some of the policies but I think we're going in the right direction so, we'll see."

"I think, I think what's really great about him is he's like really genuine. Um, I feel like, you know the difference between the candidates is, you know, the personability between them, so...who's gonna be more personable if I walk up to them, you know? So that's what I, you know, feel from him more so than the other candidate."

"That I'm not a Republican or a Democrat. I'm a Mexican. But, as a 3rd party observer, I have a lot of respect for the man. I think he's accomplished a lot and I really think he just needs to be allowed to do his job. Bringing in another guy who whose only background is in corporate affairs to try to do a job that, at the very least, is gonna take, you know, 10 years or so, is is is is is ludicrous and I think that he really needs to be given the respect he deserves, that he commands, and be let to do his job. America stands way better today than it was when he got there."

Gag me with a spoon.

There's more:

I'd tell these kids to stay in school, but I don't think that's going to help. More schooling doesn't fix stupid. Age might, but I doubt it. I guess we're all screwed.

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