Frightening: These are the people who voted for Obama

Geneticist Gerald Crabtree is right: Human beings are becoming more stupid.
Here’s proof.
Adam Kokesh is a conservative political activist and talk radio host. He was a corporal in the United States Marine Corps Reserve and is a veteran of the Iraq War.
Kokesh took his video recorder and asked random passersby why they support Obama.
The O supporters variously were ignorant, unthinking, shockingly uninformed, angry, racist (“I support Obama ’cause he’s black”), can’t put a coherent grammatical sentence together, and just plain stupid.
H/t The Western Center for Journalism

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Nathan M. Bickel

Dr. Eowyn – This video reality about these voters voting for Obama is not only frightening, but also very pathetic. These people don’t have a clue. They voted for a con artist extraordinaire. They voted for a sex offender. They voted for a hate-monger. They voted for someone who supported Infanticide. In short, they did not vote for a man. They voted for a monster. How can America ever survive with these morons selecting the one to sit in the White House as chief executive? Oh yes – here are three informational links to substantiate my aforementioned [above] assertions about… Read more »


That’s why like minded people need to congregate. Keep us away from these crazy, delusional, stupid people.


Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this revealing post. “Ya know what I’m sayin’…” – tell me anything but the facts man, anything but the facts!

Stacy Commiekiller

those are the ones who need to be daisy pushers…


Here is my ONLY problem with this: if we know that obama won because of the “stupid” (I put paranthesis around stupid to indicate that while voting is important, stupid people should not be allowed to vote) vote, why are we Republicans not busy finding a way to “reach out” to the stupid?!?! We NEED the “stupid” vote, there is no way around it!


Though I concur these are the very people who did in fact vote for obummer, I have to submit that they were subjects of an effective psychological and social programming agenda implemented several years prior to this election concluding that the root of the problem lies much deeper than perceived. (Please note, I am not making excuses for ignorance nor do I condone the act of making an important decision such as this without extensive vetting or research, but simply that I understand why it has occurred.) There also seems to be another problem that would indeed account for the… Read more »