Choosing Things the Way You Choose Politicians
– And that’s why you should choose us. – Or us. (clapping) – All right, so we got two options here and till the end of the day to vote on CollegeHumor’s new healthcare provider. – Oh, I like her. – Cool, so that’s one for option A. What did you like? – I just liked her. – Okay, well we’re voting on
a health insurance provider so it’s not really about likability, it’s about policies. What did you like about the
company and the policies? – I vote B. Because he looked like a school teacher. I mean if we’re talking about policy. – No, Ally, you’re not getting it. He looked like a serial killer. – What?
– Right? He did, right?
– No. – You’re focusing on the
wrong thing, all right? This is a policy-driven question. It doesn’t matter what someone looks like. – Grant, what did you
think he looked like? – Oh, my vote doesn’t count. – We’re literally in a dead tie. Your vote is the only vote that counts. – Nobody cares what I think. – Freaking, undecided voters. Every time. – This is exactly like the time
we couldn’t board that plane because you weren’t sure about the pilot. – He didn’t look like he’d be fun to have a beer with. – Okay wait, you wanna
get drunk with your pilot? – I want to get drunk with everybody. – Okay, I only care about their policies concerning women’s health. – Why? Men hate women. – I might be a man, Rheka, but I’m also a single issue voter. – Okay, well I am a well-rounded voter, and we should vote for the guy number two. – But you’re not a doctor. – Neither is she. – But that’s what I like about her. You know, she’ll shake things up. – Fine, my vote is for A. – Perfect. – I don’t like it, but it’s
like, she’s gonna win anyway. – Okay, nope, this has to
be a policy-driven vote. None of this horse-racing BS. – What does she mean by that? – Horse racing bullshit? – Mhmm. – When Rheka says it? – Mhmm. – Ah, nobody cares what I think. – Okay, well with option A, you get two primary care visits a year. – What? Then we turn into Venezuela? – Stop talking. (sighing) – All right, look. I like nurses, okay? I do, I have a lot of nurse friends, it’s just I don’t want them
working with my family. – Okay, I have no problem with nurses, but I do think that we should ban doctors, at least temporarily from coming
here from their countries. – Countries? – Hospitals. You said countries? – No, I was repeating what you said. – Oh my god, Rheka, oo, countries? – You said countries. – You just said it twice. – Okay, all right, stop it! This is ridiculous, okay,
I am giving you the option to choose a healthcare provider, and you can’t even do it. – Um, I’m sorry, what about her emails? – Wow! – Shut up!
– Grant, you have to shut up. Please.