State Of The Union

Greetings, loyal minions. Your Maximum Leader has been debating his choices of television viewing tonight. Does he watch the President’s State of the Union address? Or does he put on Tombstone and try to figure out if Doc Holliday really is Johnny Ringo’s hucklberry?

The State of the Union doesn’t look to promising. As we all know our President is not a orator of Churchillian quality. (And he was speaking of Jack Churchill, Winston’s brother, who was sort of shy and didn’t care for public speaking.) But beyond that, the President will likely lay out an agenda that, as much as your Maximum Leader hates to say it, is going no where.

Did any of you minions read George Will today in the WAPO? You should. Here is the link. After reading Will today your Maximum Leader became less likely to watch the State of the Union than he was. He is tired of craven wish lists meant to appease the unthinking masses with promises of nanny-statism from Republicans (or Democrats).

He thinks he’d rather follow Wyatt Earp’s escapades tonight.

Carry on.

1 Comment
Brian B said:

It wasn’t as bad as it could have bee, He actually addressed Hamas pretty succinctly and directly. And his handling of domestic issues wasn’t as pie-in-the-sky as in the past. For conservatives, though, I think that the greatest political gain from the SOTU was not in Bush’s speech, but in the Democrats reactions DURING the speech. Hillary Clinton did absolutely nothing to dispel her image as a spiteful, bitter harridan. And the Dems went beyond “Stoic disappointment”, they delivered a prolonged and rousing ovation when the President made mention of a measure on which they had thwarted his efforts. They definitely came across as poor sports.



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