Too bad no member of Congress possessed the courage to blurt out “You lie”, especially in light how everyone was suppose to make bipartisan goo-goo eyes at one another.
Obama says cutting stimulus is akin to taking the motor out of an airplane taking off. But how can a jetliner even take off when the fuel supply has already been burned up?
The camera panned the congressional gallery and showed the head of Xerox sitting in the crowd. Guess they need her to help make all that money that really isn’t there.
Obama praised education for beginning earlier in China than in the United States. Guess the government should haul the child off as soon as the youngster emerges from the womb. Perhaps Obama should elaborate to the nation what he thinks of those slave labor camps where children are snatched from their parents and beaten into being Olympic athletes and the like.
Does Obama realize that it’s not government that sparks imagination?
Soviets did not beat America into space not so much because of the superiority of their technology or social system but because we were concerned they would disapprove of us using a missile as a rocket.
If Obama believes in spreading the wealth around like he told Joe the Plumber, why should we bother being educated for the complex jobs he is promising?
If more students get college degrees through government subsidies that disrupt the market, the credentials will be useless in securing better employment and higher pay.
I guess $4.00 per gallon gas is reinvented energy policy.
Will one of the promised millions of electric vehicles be Obama’s or will he continue to ride around in gas guzzlers?
Obama is emphasizing rail transportation because the electric cars he is promoting will pretty much otherwise confine people to the areas in which government will permit them to live.
Wonder how many homes will be abolished and how much private property seized to build this fabled high speed train.
By calling the proposed high-speed rail system a “bullet train”, isn’t the President contributing to the coarsening of the national discourse?
Quite revealing how History is deliberately omitted from the list of subjects such as Math and Science that those advocating an increased federal role in education believe need to be emphasized as part of a renewed national education policy.
If Obama doesn’t like foreign students returning to their native lands upon completion of their studies, perhaps they should not be admitted to American universities to begin with.
Obama insists that foreigners are the ones enriching America and fostering innovation. Guess actual Americans are just suppose to keep our mouths shut and paying taxes out the wazoo.
Many of the implications of what Obama says are more between the lines rather than said openly.
For example, the President calls for the leveling of tax rates. This could just as easily mean increasing assessments instead of lowering them.
Obama claims he will eliminate unnecessary regulations. Thing is, he no doubt sees the vast majority of those his minions are promulgating as absolutely necessary.
Contrary to the impression Obama attempted to create, deficit spending just didn’t begin a decade ago. My grandfather passed away more than a decade ago and I remember him warning about the national debt when I was a kid.
The way the camera froze and elongated the image, for a moment, Obama looked like the Necromonger emperor in “The Chronicles Of Riddick”.
Obama reassured that Muslims are a part of the American family. What about other religions, especially the ones not as inclined to blow things up when they don’t get their way?
Likewise, Obama went out of his way to mention gay military personnel. Why aren’t the sacrifices of heterosexuals worthy of mention?
Obama hopes to establish new alliances and friendships across the Americas. Wonder how much that is going to cost.
I tabulated 81 rounds of applause during the 2011 State of the Union Address.
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