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  1. Derek F  •  May 16, 2014 at 7:17 pm

    Michael noted that many of the students ended their sentences on an upward inflection and wondered aloud where that came from. Just listen to the kids hero B.O. :O(

  2. John S  •  May 19, 2014 at 4:04 pm

    Ahhww, how adorable! Such nice, clueless kids doing their best to support Hillary, their achievement-free hero.

  3. TammyR  •  May 20, 2014 at 6:45 am

    They’re so confident in saying “Yes! I will vote for Hillary” Hope they realize how ridiculous they sound when they cannot name one single achievement! Throwing in all those big words with complete cluelessness does NOT make you seem smarter!

  4. michael  •  May 21, 2014 at 5:19 pm

    That last guy had to be a set up. No one could be stupid enough to say Benghazi was Clinton’s greatest achievement.

    • Playrighter  •  May 22, 2014 at 4:43 pm

      He should know. After all, he claims to be doing his Senior Thesis on Hillary.

  5. TheUrbanConservative  •  May 23, 2014 at 3:41 pm

    This was hilarious. All of the deer in the headlights reactions to the achievements question after such unreserved adulation of Hillary.

  6. bradley  •  May 23, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    Saying that benghazi is her greatest achievement would be like George bush saying 9/11 was his greatest achievement. these kids sure are smart!

  7. Jomama  •  May 28, 2014 at 6:46 pm

    She and medved went to Yale together. She got better grades and achieved much more. And she hasn’t even got started.

    • Matt  •  May 29, 2014 at 4:28 pm

      So… you’re saying that her greatest accomplishment was that she got better grades than Michael Medved? Wow… deep.

      • Andrew  •  May 30, 2014 at 7:03 am

        Haha!

  8. Scott  •  Jun 4, 2014 at 5:21 am

    Like, if this is what we, like, have to look forward to, like, I mean, for the next, like, generation* (upward inflection noted with *) then actually, we’re like, screwed*?

    Amazing – when I think of the millions of dollars spent by parents on a so called education for these children – yes, children – I want to throw up. The guys do this just in the hopes that their pro-Hillary stance (among all their other leftist “beliefs”) will garner enough favor with their female peers to get some time in the sack with these “women”.

    I see this at every single meeting at my company where these indoctrinated, valley girl speaking (both male & female), empty headed, intolerant robots act as if the workplace is just an extension of their college days, which were an extension of high school days, which were an extension of their elementary and Head Start days, etc.

    It is embarrassing to hear and pointless to say anything. It is easier for the older generation to just do the bulk of the work (since these airheads think actual work is beneath them) than it is to try and point out their faults. Good grief, never point out their mistakes! Correction is wasted on those who have been given trophies for just showing up!

    They will never grow up – they will just confiscate our retirement savings to pay the national debt and then they’ll starve themselves not ever understanding how wealth is produced.

    It’s, like, produced by, like, working*?

  9. Rick A  •  Jun 19, 2014 at 10:10 am

    It is funny and frustrating at the same time. Funny in that all these kids can’t name an accomplishment of hers, but they would vote for her anyway; just to have a female president. It is sad to see the one kid say that Benghazi is her best accomplishment and another say that her soft diplomacy was her best. Do they see where America’s softness has led us? Syria, Iraq, Ukraine, Nigeria; soft diplomacy? REALLY!?

  10. Chris  •  Oct 30, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Most young voters are too preoccupied or self absorbed (depending on your perspective) to really be informed on politics. Which one could argue balances out the divorced middle aged person who watches FOX News or MSNBC all day and utilizes their political affiliation as their functioning religion. Which is why I don’t understand the get out to vote campaign. If you don’t want to vote don’t vote! People who’s IQ’s are level with room temperature, who don’t care enough to do some research think critically about the subject matter and candidates shouldn’t be encouraged to make big decisions like who will essentially lead the free world for the next four years. Of course I also didn’t think a poll tax was a bad idea, so what do I know.

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