How do Americans want to fix the 'fiscal cliff'?
Steven Crowder finds out
- Duration 3:36
- Date Dec 9, 2012
Steven Crowder finds out
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Our next -- Fox News contributor Stephen Crowder went out to talk with some people about the looming fiscal cliff.
All describe themselves as Democrats yet check out their answers to some of the biggest questions on Capitol Hill.
What about this idea of closing loopholes in the taxes.
I say I think that's a good idea I think -- a good thing I think that's super important the whole household -- 250000.
Should they be taxed.
Like the richest people in the country -- -- not saying that super well I don't know.
What about the idea of just raising the debt -- a bad idea probably a poor decision that's not calling -- making a larger.
Stephen they say they're Democrats they -- Republicans what's happening here.
Followed -- -- stuff showed us is that that oil -- we've known for a while but if people voted what they actually believe and how they actually live.
They'd be much more conservative but there's -- -- right now attached towards being a conservative or Republican and that's because of two reasons that's because of the administration.
Left it's not -- -- -- of course I include.
The mainstream media and all the entertainment industry work complicit in perpetuating these stereo -- in -- regarding Republicans and of course because Republicans are absolutely horrible.
At messaging and you see in that video -- as an example right okay.
What about taxing the super about the -- -- that's great awareness super wealthy start about a million or more when asked how about people who make 250000.
Total family income is that super wealthy should -- -- -- the highest bracket you know what did you get tax breaks.
And -- -- of these people apparently now when you show them the numbers but 250000 I think eleven Manhattan you have a few kids and a white.
Get to an apartment that's probably too small in a neighborhood you're ashamed to walk up to so when you push the wealthy -- the media tries to Italian and you off in the distance you pictured at the Ebenezer -- want to ship orphans -- -- But the funny here develop -- it.
I think it's would.
Anybody no matter how much money you make.
If somebody's gonna turn to touch your money you -- turn into a Republican.
Right exactly about that that's what happens people they get older they tend to become more conservative I want you heard what you actually watch that video people cannot find me on Twitter that's crowd and see it.
People seemed more concerned with not being seen as Republicans than legitimate solution what does that have like -- -- -- -- something.
What they would I would say it will -- you just went reaper threat Republican solutions against Democrats that make you Republican I don't.
-- -- so if it's pretty funny and people.
Don't vote as conservatively as they live and that's again we we can't -- the Republicans -- here they're terrible messaging let's just say for 12 he's remained steady.
Are Republicans remain steady and all demographics and only lose the youth vote from here on out by 15%.
They load another election ever they don't even try to reach -- -- the brand ambassador for Republicans start to say right now it's John fake -- Boehner and the before four years ago we ran -- -- I was essentially -- from the -- who couldn't run a computer.
And this last election a billionaire -- this -- not mean these are bad people when I'm saying these are not people who reach out to the folks.
Who feel disenfranchised by the Republican Party when you have -- and -- again when I say laughter I don't just mean.
Democrat or Republican to generally a few politicians and if you happen it's when you say leftist you mean the administration the media all of Hollywood all of the music industry.
They really do get to perpetuate this lie -- very effectively if I'd say anything.
That people think I'm wrong on they can tweak it up Crowder I am oh so easy to find and -- a -- copy always great to have you here very energy.
And that --