Skip to comments.The State Of The Union Is... Dumber (Obama gave the second dumbest speech)
Posted on 02/16/2013 9:10:37 AM PST by Perdogg
Since James Madison's 1815 Address, the 'linguistic standard' of the State of the Union speech has plunged. As The Guardian notes, the lowest on record was George H.W. Bush's 1992 address - only just beating Obama's 2011 address for 'dumbest' speech ever. Whether this is representative of the American people as a whole or the lowest common denominator is unclear but one thing in this evening's speech comes to mind; if you were the President, would you invite, as your personal guest, a CEO who 1) has overseen massive wealth destruction in the last six months, 2) refuses to spend his massive cash hoard in the USA, and 3) outsources his manufacturing to china? Dumb and dumber indeed...
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Dumb and dumber... What a concept..
almost as prescient as “NONE of the above”.. i.e. Brewsters millions..
The SOTU was SOoo dumb and also totally a lie.. it’s breathtaking..
Totally a SLAP in the face of america’s voters..
The King has no clothes and is peeing your leg..
WHEN does the hyperbole START!... I’m waiting..
Where are the Lenny Bruce’s and Richard Pryor’s..?
OBAMA is MADE for humor.. monetary fortunes are being lost.. and careers..
Is Bill Whittle the ONLY ONE with sharp wit?..
Or Andrew Klaven?.. Wheres the mocking JOKES New York City?..
I think it’s well past time for a two million person gathering in a Washington D.C.... “Obama JOKE-FEST..”
With Obama impersonators and everything.. in Blackface with WHite.. Phantom of the Opera masks..
Heck we got four more years of OBAMA WHY NOT HAVE SOME FUN.. and mock him until the media moguls cringe..
Its absolutely the “American WAY”.. been done for a couple a century’s Now...
Notice the score given to Warren Harding. In text after text the liberal authors state that he is both ignorant and dumb. Hmmm. I never believed these people anyway.
he should be mocked. It is the only tool we the people have against him, s our “checks and balances” in the media and Congress and the courts let him rule as an autocrat.
Part of the problem may be the message to Congress going from a message from one professional given to a group of professionals to a speech given to a wide audience, to a campaign speech. The current occupant of the White House is not so much interested in delivering information as he is in raising emotions.