Ohioans At A Mitt Romney Rally Voice Their Concerns

In preparation for tomorrow’s festivities, New Left Media visited a massive political rally (culminating in a Romney endorsement by the singer Meatloaf) in the key swing state of Ohio to find out what issues will decide the presidential election. Namely, the impending Buddhist takeover:

19 Comments on "Ohioans At A Mitt Romney Rally Voice Their Concerns"

  1. Watch, as your feelings reel between hilarity, fear, depression & just dumbstruck! Most of these people are scarily ignorant & you can feel an undercurrent of racism through most of this audience.

    As someone that lives overseas, Bush was considered a puppet, the ignorant offspring of someone well connected who was rarely in control of decisions coming out of the White House. & the mess the U.S. is in happened almost entirely during his time in office. & then the Republicans tried to destroy Obama by destroying the economy! True treason, for those that like & overuse that word.

  2. chinagreenelvis | Nov 5, 2012 at 3:28 pm |

    Not to play the false equivalence card (exactly the opposite, actually) I’d love to see this guy hit both camps. Hell, I’d like to see him hit third-party rallies.

    The fact is that the most ardent supporters of any politician or ideology are going to be crazy, ill-informed people with strong opinions that they aren’t qualified to hold. These are the people that show up to these rallies and are more than interested in doing interviews so they can show the world how wrong they really are.

    I’ve seen this guy expose Tea Partiers for the nutjobs they are, and it works because he has an unassuming appearance and manner that doesn’t give away his political affiliation. He asks the right questions and doesn’t make heavy (if any) use of dirty editing tricks to make the people he interviews look sillier than they already are. It’s a shame he’s with the left-wing instead of being a non-partisan and completely independent journalist.

    • kowalityjesus | Nov 5, 2012 at 3:57 pm |

      I consider the interview that this John Mayer lookalike performed ‘strawman’ journalism. You hand-pick stupid-crazy people to interview, then you edit to make them look even stupider and crazier than they already are. Granted, Ohio has an abundance of such individuals.

      If he had done this in a Ron Paul camp he would have walked away successfully proselytized and left the pinkos for good, which is why this never happened to Paul; they kept losing interviewers, lol.

      • Um, have you actually talked to a lot of Ron Paul supporters? They are just as crazy, just about different topics. Also, more white supremicists.

        • kowalityjesus | Nov 5, 2012 at 11:19 pm |

          I cannot and will not deny craziness, but Paul supporters are nowhere near as dumb, and they tend to be conspiracy theorists, not white supremicists.

          It is a shame that he got beat out for the vice presidency by another man with two first names.

  3. Calypso_1 | Nov 5, 2012 at 3:40 pm |

    Where do I sign up for the for the NWO?

  4. auto5734955 | Nov 5, 2012 at 3:45 pm |

    If you stick you head far enough up your own arse, you can be positive you intelligent because you can see your own brains. This has been proven by those interviewed herein.

  5. auto5734955 | Nov 5, 2012 at 3:46 pm |

    This is not to say the Obama camp is any better off, birds of a feather don’t cha know.

  6. Metabaron | Nov 5, 2012 at 3:51 pm |

    Oh that’s why I live in California. Though there will always be people who speak in empty sloganspeech no matter where you go in the US. Or maybe we just need a strong leader who will fight to change to save the freedom of the everyday pig farmers and create jobs for god and stop the communism of the Buddhist-Muslim cabal brought here by the Mexican Truck driving industry that hates football and cars with logos that drive in circles.

  7. auto5734955 | Nov 5, 2012 at 3:58 pm |

    I live in Managua, Nicaragua………….America love it or leave it……….It is no wonder why the USA is in the canoe without a paddle these type of geniuses actually have the right to vote……….what was the song of WW II …

    “Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition”…. they’ll be able to sing it again in a little while.

  8. asshurtmacfags | Nov 5, 2012 at 5:08 pm |

    Man the people in this country are fucking dumb. Plenty of legitimate things you can point to to critize Obama(NDAA, prosecution of whistleblowers, patriot act, lobbyist in his admin, etc) yet they go with the “he’s a muslim” thing.

  9. The last of a dieing breed, gnawing on the stinking flesh of the crown of creation.


  10. Beware men calling themselves prophets who spread the doctrine that all Men are Gods.

    No Man is like unto God!

  11. BuzzCoastin | Nov 5, 2012 at 7:50 pm |

    based on these interviews
    it seems like a good thing that America is a fake democracy

  12. Racist, conspiracy theorists, white supremest, nut jobs, crazy people. That’s the argument? I do not like the biased reporting, give each side the opportunity to look ignorant. but, that’s why this stuff is here, it creates conversation from the shock value. Hits are hits.

    • Matt Staggs | Nov 6, 2012 at 12:40 pm |

      Bill Maher’s crew did the same thing when they came to my state to talk to people about their politics. They went out and into the boonies and found the most toothless, desperate and crazy people to interview and then cherry-picked that and ran it as somehow representative of the population as a whole.

      • Calypso_1 | Nov 6, 2012 at 1:06 pm |

        Indeed, the obvious central focus on the ‘crazy lady’ began to feel exploitive.

        Since most of the public campaign mechanism relies on tropes that pander to such processes, following them to their manifestations at the lowest common denominator should be an indictment of the process and not the people.

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