A vote for Barack Obama…… $2,600,000,000,000 spending, deficit of $1,600,000,000,000 and debt of $13,000,000,000,000
4-year degree at the University of Arizona……$80,000
Fancy dorm room…..$14,000
Cactus landscaping paid for with student fees.....$1000Plane ticket from Arizona to Illinois…..$300
Student season tickets to UA Basketball…..$150
Being this guy…… priceless
This video was taken at the University of Arizona in Tucson by Emily Jernee who is a student there. The guy in the video was sitting at the College Democrats table in the middle of campus (although in the video he claims he is not really part of the group), surrounded by campaign signs for liberal politicians including
CD-8 Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, Attorney General Terry Goddard, CD-7 Rep. Raul Grijalva and Senate candiate running against John McCain, Rodney Glassman.
It is no surprise the country is experiencing tough economic times when ignorant young voters like the guy in this video, head to the polls on election day to vote for politicians with a catchy campaign slogan but no business experience.
At least this guy doesn’t like progressive Raul Grijalva (although he doesn't explain why he "hates" him), but overall, this video is just embarrassing.
“Just spread the wealth around a little bit” Yeah man! Totally rad!
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