Scott Baio needs professional help. I’m not saying that to be funny or just to take a shot at the guy. I mean he seriously should have an evaluation by a professional, because the video below which he posted to Twitter has got to be one of the dumbest things he’s said all year.
His question is basically this: Do you want Donald Trump, who is (sometimes) a crude, vulgar and offensive person, or do you want Hillary who will make sure Obamacare stays in place for the rest of your life.
— Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) October 17, 2016
Did you find Scott’s question hard to answer?
Incredibly, he isn’t joking. Scott thinks this really is a legitimately serious question and it deserves some kind of answer from the public. The best part is, though, that he’s pointing out the positives of Hillary while pointing out the negatives of Trump. He’s endorsing Hillary and he doesn’t even understand that he’s doing it. What a dumbass…
Lucky for Scott, the internet took notice to his dumb question and opted to give him an appropriate response:
— Carlos Beato (@CarlosBeato5) October 18, 2016
— joe oneill (@hoodriveroneill) October 17, 2016
— Shaylee Ramirez (@msshaylee27) October 17, 2016
— Conal Cochran (@Conal_Cochran) October 18, 2016
The choice is obvious, even to the general public. How any Republican can honestly ask a question like this is really beyond my comprehension. He’s making a strong case for Americans to vote for the person who will protect their health insurance, instead of Trump who would only “help” by calling you a fat loser.
We’re almost there folks. November 7th will be here before we know it and with a bit of luck, all this stupidity will be behind us after we get together and answer Chachi’s question with our vote.
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Christian is from a small town, surrounded by other small towns, in Pennsylvania. He nearly slipped into the conservative K-hole after high school, but was redeemed by Liberal politics and 8 years of Bush. After spending far too long working for corporate America, he has settled back into life as an unapologetic progressive and general caller-out of conservative fallacy and nonsense.