Remember back in 2008 when shock jock Howard Stern had his associates conduct "man on the street" interviews with Obama supporters? We’re sure you do. The results were both hilarious and depressing (depending on your political persuasion, of course).
Why were the results of the 2008 experiment hilarious/depressing? Because it became painfully clear that many of the people interviewed by Stern's team had absolutely no idea what they were talking about or why they were supporting candidate Obama.
And if you thought it was funny (and/or depressing) in 2008, you'll really enjoy the 2012 edition. Yes, Stern's cohort once again descends on Harlem to ask a fistful of Obama supporters about the president, his accomplishments, and his GOP rival Mitt Romney.
What did the Stern crew learn? Well, among other things, they discover Osama Bin Laden isn't dead, Romney is pro-choice, Obama is pro-life, and Paul Ryan is Obama's running mate.
Now, it would be unfair to say that the folks heard in the following video are representative of all Obama supporters. It's a small group of very similar people. Even Stern admits they didn't interview a diverse group. In addition, the interviewer does set up some of the questions in a leading way. So take the results with a grain of salt:
Exit Quote: Our favorite Obama accomplishment per one interviewee: "he got the medical thing going."
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