They call California the land of fruits and nuts. Granted, it’s probably not the best place to ask random people political questions, but it sure is entertaining to watch. And a little sad at the same time.
Mark Dice is at it again. He’s the prankster citizen journalist who asks people utterly ridiculous questions like whether or not they think it’s a good idea to round up gun-owners in FEMA camps and execute them, and it’s quite amazing how many people actually answer in the affirmative.
This time, he went around San Diego donning an Obama t-shirt and asked people if they agreed with Obama’s and Congress’s decision to “repeal the Bill of Rights” in order to keep us safe from terrorists. As you’d expect, people went along with it and many of them actually thought it was a good idea. (Okay, I’m using the term “thought” rather loosely.)
Do they even know what the Bill of Rights is to begin with? I’m not confident that they do. They just don’t want to look more stupid than they already are, so they go along with the questioner as if they understand everything that he’s saying.
Of course, they’re mostly Obamatons who are more than willing to go along with anything as long as they think it’s Obama doing the decision-making. If Obama wants to do it, than it’s probably a great idea. Especially if he says it’s for “national security.”
It reminds me of a quote attributed to Hitler: “How fortunate for those in power that the people do not think.”