Everything You Need To Know About The State Of The Union Last Night In Just Two Minutes


What can anyone really say about the State of the Union?

 

 

It certainly wasn’t very exciting. Let’s see, how can I convey how dull it was?

 

 

In fact, the most interesting part of the speech may have been the people in the audience.

 

 

Granted, there may have been a few people who liked the speech.

 

But, most of us just thought it went on way too long.

 

 

Of course, there were a few controversial parts. For example, Barack Obama falsely claimed that the science was settled on global warming.

 

His false claim that women are only paid 77 cents on every dollar that a man is paid for the same work raised a few eyebrows as well.

 

 

Of course, he did allude to income inequality, encouraged businesses to raise wages and gave a happy, smiley, everything sure is going great with Obamacare pep talk.

 

Obama’s comments about how he was on track to persuade Iran to forget about nukes were ludicrous as well. It’s almost as if he started with the assumption that no one viewing the speech had been watching the news for the last month.

 

His other foreign policy comments were almost as vacuous.

 

 

Surprisingly, the highlight of the speech was when Obama said nice things about wounded warrior Cory Remsburg, who was badly injured fighting for our country. Both parties applauded those comments, which is ironic since…

 

After Obama’s horrible, awful, no good speech rolled to a close, Cathy McMorris Rogers gave the response from a broom closet with a couch somewhere on Capitol Hill. She was quite pleasant and likable, but was so substance free that I literally don’t remember anything she said other than her name.

 

 

That’s everything you need to know about the State of the Union address in just two minutes.

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