Wednesday, January 21, 2015

SOTU: Ask Not What You Can Do For Your Country, But What Your Government Can Force Other People To Do For You

The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer was supposed to enter the well of the House of Representatives at 8:55 PM ET to give his State of the Union address.  As usual, he was late.
By 9:30 PM, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aged 81, was out like a light.  Michelle Malkin tweeted, “We are all Ruth Bader Ginsburg now.”  The tweet that made me laugh the most was the one that asked, “Is Ruth Bader Ginsburg asleep or is she dead?”
The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer spent much of the State of the Union calling for civility in politics—then taunted Republicans over his two election victories, after many of them applauded the looming end of his political career.
TWMDCO issued a broad call for “better politics” that began with common principles, and said his agenda isn’t political, pointing out “I have no more campaigns to run.”
That drew rousing applause from the GOP side of the aisle, which had sat on its hands as he ticked off partisan proposals he wanted to see, and threatened vetoes of bipartisan bills Republicans are trying to pass.
Clearly angered by the applause, the thin-skinned, adolescent, stompy-footed president punctuated his declaration that his campaigns are over by saying, “I know, because I won both of them.”
What a jerk!

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