Skip to comments.Saturday Night Funny Video: Obama’s Decision to Pardon the Sequester and Send It to Portugal
Posted on 03/09/2013 10:07:15 PM PST by chessplayer
ABCs Jimmy Kimmel sent a producer out to Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles to ask passing pedestrians a nonsensical question: What do you think about President Obamas decision to pardon the sequester and send it to Portugal?
Hilarity ensued in the very sure answers given by the very ill-informed low information potential voters in the Confusing Question of the Day segment aired on this past Mondays (March 4) Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC.
More like despair ensued.
Also watched the one on the First Lady Debate. Didn’t see it before. Both of these are priceless and I do have to agree with those that comment on each of them - We are doomed!
The truth is....if you stopped a hundred people at a mall in Little Rock and asked them what a sequestration is...the majority would be confused and think it has something to do with the Catholic Church.
We are actually that dim of a society.
I know that equestrianism involves riding horses. Is sequestration something they do to male horses to make them easier to ride?
No wonder 0bama won.
“Sequester” used to be what they did at night with a jury that was still hearing a court case or pondering a decision upon it. I don’t know how they even came up with this tortured word for budget action. It’s all Calvinball now, it seems.
Anyhow, I wonder how many of those queried responded “what’s this nonsense?” It seems to show that even the audience that Obama hoped to impress isn’t paying attention.
These idiots have a right to vote. No wonder 0 was elected twice.
Fox News yesterday played a clip of his asking people on the street what they thought of the new pope. One woman was delighted that an American had been chosen. A man claimed to have heard the interview with the new pope’s ex-wife and thought she was hilarious.
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