Know nothingSee that man in the pic above?

He looks to be in his 50s, right?

He’s an American and he doesn’t know to what political party Barack Obama belongs.

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He’s only one of the know-nothing Americans Mark Dice talked to in Dice’s latest “man on the street” video.


Paul Joseph Watson writes for Infowars, Oct. 4, 2013:In his latest ‘man on the street’ video, Mark Dice talks to Obama supporters in San Diego who struggle to work out which political party Obama is actually affiliated with.

The majority of the people Dice talked to didn’t know which party Obama was associated with and some even thought he was in fact a Republican.

One man thought Obama was associated with the “best ideas” party.

“The average American is a zombie and doesn’t even know what political party he stands for,” Dice tells one man who asserted that Obama was a Republican. “I would agree,” the man responds.

“What political party is Barack Obama affiliated with?” Dice asks another man, who responds, “It’s one of those.”

In response to the same question, another woman responds, “I have nothing good to say, I’m sorry.”

The clip would be hilarious if it wasn’t a tragic reflection of how dumbed down and ignorant of basic facts Americans have become in the modern era. Given that a substantial percentage of them don’t even know that Obama is a Democrat, how could they possibly hope to understand things like Obamacare or the government shut down?

If you think that this footage is a misrepresentation of the average intelligence of Obama supporters and other politically naive Americans, then you should probably become familiar with Dice’s countless other videos, which all point to the same conclusion. They include;

And those are from just the last few months alone.

See also FOTM’s other posts on American stupidity:

H/t FOTM’s Mike

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Dr. Eowyn is the Editor of Fellowship of the Minds.