Kids React To Election 2012, Know More About Politics Than You May Think

Election 2012 is heating up and as voters across the country voice their opinions on who they think should win the Presidential race, The Fine Brothers take a look at what a lesser-heard demographic thinks about Obama and Romney—kids! Over the weekend, ‘Kids React To Election 2012’ hit YouTube. The video features thirteen kids, aged 6 to 13, discussing everything from attack ads to the Electoral College, Obama Care, and the difference between Republicans and Democrats.

Election 2012 is heating up and as voters across the country voice their opinions on who they think should win the Presidential race, The Fine Brothers take a look at what a lesser-heard demographic thinks about Obama and Romney—kids!  Over the weekend, ‘Kids React To Election 2012’ hit YouTube.  The video features thirteen kids, aged 6 to 13, discussing everything from attack ads to the Electoral College, Obama Care, and the difference between Republicans and Democrats.

The eleven-minute episode features some hilariously adorable one-liners.  For instance, 6-year old Royel believes that the biggest problem in our country is potholes and if 12-year old Shannon was elected President the first thing she would do is run into her room and jump on the bed.  However, cuteness aside, some of these kids actually reveal a surprising amount of insight about politics.

When asked about the importance of voting, 12-year old Sydney says, “Some people don’t get a say in who their leaders are, and it’s almost offensive to them [not to vote] because they would kill to have a say in who the leader of their country’s going to be.”

Check out the full video below for more cuteness and insight and let us know what you think!

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