Jesse Watters: Humor from Harvard

What can I say? I am partial to Jesse Watters!

My favorite part of these Harvard Square “interviews” are of the two researchers that have no idea what Solyndra and Fast & Furious are. And I love the guy that looks like he is about to attack!



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5 Responses to Jesse Watters: Humor from Harvard

  1. AfricansforRomney says:

    Very funny! Yes, Mr O’Reilly, Harvard accepts pinheads like you and Prez Obama. O’Reilly seems very defensive by the comment.
    Uh…. “when it comes to foodstamps and cash assistance i got it”? Does this bum thinks he’s getting money from the King Obama Castle? wow, a foodstamps generation to say the least.
    The “neutralist” boy is hilarious. I think he’s my fav.

  2. Cathy says:

    …and these people are allowed to vote…heaven help us!!

  3. Victor Lundquist says:

    …and they DO vote. They all will be voting for Obama.

  4. Why_so_smug_Watters? says:

    Yup, that’s pretty funny all right. Pretty funny that Watters is too lazy or too arrogant to think he needs to call ahead to interview students on campus. Pretty funny that Watters has to pick on homeless people around Harvard Square for interviews. Pretty funny that he can’t manage to get the opinion of a Harvard professor. Yup, O’Reilly, Watters, Romney, and Ryan. A bunch of jokers.

  5. Victor Lundquist says:

    Why:

    You missed the point. Watters pieces are humor first and foremost. Anybody that follows the guy knows he is just talking to be people on the street, ala Jay Leno!

    Lighten up. His pieces are hilarious and people love his humor. Anybody could walk up to the guy. The professor he wanted to speak with did not want to participate. So?

    Nobody ever said this was scientific! Jay Leno and Dave Letterman do exactly the same thing ——–> for laughs.

    We call that “humor.”