Wednesday, February 01, 2006

The State of the Union is...pretty f'ed up actually. Thanks for asking.

Dubya, Dubya, Dubya...
Tsk, tsk, tsk...
What are we going to do with you?

I'm sorry, but the state of THIS union is not indeed strong. It's in the shitter actually.

First of all, Cindy Sheehan, was to have a seat in the front offered by California Congressperson Lynn Woolsey. She was arrested before the speech in fear that she may have tried to sneak a banner into the House gallery. Nice job guys!

Dubya kept pushing the idea of "Weapons of Mass Destruction", "Weapons of Mass Murder", and terrorists using the "weapon of fear" against us. Hmm...sounds eerily like the current administration to me...

He also said that the U.S. will never surrender to evil. Well...the U.S. has already surrendered to evil. We voted for him...again.

There was nary a mention of South Korea, Hurricane Katrina, FEMA, the space program, or the defense budget...

Of course there weren't any good answers on Social Security, health insurance, education, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, or anything else for that matter.

Did you ever catch the camera panning on Hillary Clinton? Priceless!!! The faces that she made were purely priceless!

LOVED IT when the Democrats all stood up and applauded after he criticized them for not passing his Social Security plan.

Did you see his face when the Republicans applauded for him? He had a smirk on his face like he farted on the Speaker or something.

He made mention of cutting dependency on foreign oil and pursuing alternative fuels/methods/energies (ie. hydrogen, nuclear, ethanol, hybrid vehicles), but he never hinted on cutting dependency on or even further pursuing domestic oil. There was no specific mention of Alaska or Texas or anything...

Permanent tax-breaks? No thanks. Halliburton is doing well enough.

So how exactly do they put a speech in pop-up book form on a teleprompter?

A very fond farewell to Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Also a fond farewell to Alan Greenspan.

And finally a very sad farewell to the late Mrs. Coretta Scott King.



Blogger Kathleen said...

You watched? I'm so not a masochist!

12:42 PM  

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