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I’m so surprised that this speech is actually on time. That’s the first time in four years that’s happened.
So it begins. Another four years of this pathetic excuse for a president. (Technically, it began yesterday, but I digress. I wish I could say with confidence, "Only four years left." But we'll see if he stomps on the twenty-second amendment the way he's stomping on the second.)
Now, Chuck Shuemer is introducing the president, right after the swearing in. “Barack H. Obama” Really?
I really don’t want to be here watching this.
“O-bam-a! O-bam-a! O-bam-a!” Oh, so this is a campaign rally.
Oh my goat. I loathe listening to this man speak. He’s such a pompous [animal that represents his party].
Oh, there’s Michelle with her new bangs. Quite frankly, that’s the bigger story here.
Fascinating. He’s talking about fighting the tyranny of a king, while behind the scenes, he’s setting himself up to be one. Hypocrite.
Again, I laugh. He says that society’s ills can’t be solved by government alone. Yet, his party claims they can be.
And there’s a shout out to his union buddies: teachers and construction workers.
“A decade of war is now ending. An economic recovery has begun.” Really? What recovery?!
Oh, and there’s the obligatory class warfare statement. Speaking of which – because I’m really easily distracted right now – what ever happened to Occupy Wall Street? Why are they no longer on the radar?
Just looking at him makes me want to throw things at the television – and I love my television.
He just talked about reducing the deficit. Really? You clearly don’t care about it, so why talk about it?
I’m bored. I really don’t know why I’m watching this. Do I have a psycho-masochist problem? Do I need to see a psychiatrist? Probably, after this speech.
And there’s the obligatory “climate change” shout out. He’s saying the science is irrefutable. [Malarkey].
He’s still babbling on about it. No doubt we’ll be seeing all kinds of executive orders pertaining to this in the months to come.
Now he’s doing a shout-out to the armed services. And, now he’s switching gears to diplomacy. “Not because we are naïve…” Yes you are. Or, maybe you’re just a pacifist. Or a communist. Or all the above.
Is Justice Scalia snoozing? Don’t blame him if he is.
He keeps using “we the people”. I find it fascinating that “we the people” only threw half our support behind this man. The other half wanted someone else.
Now we’re moving on to MLK-invocation.
Women’s pay and gay rights get the biggest cheer? Seriously?
Now we move on to immigration reform.
And I think this is a set-up for gun control. Maybe not.
“…or substitute spectacle for politics.” Isn’t that what’s going on right now?
“…an oath to God and country, not party…” Whatever. You’re a slave to your ideology.
So…voicing our opinions is a “birthright”? Oh, that’s unless it’s against your policies. Then it’s racist.
And now it’s over. Only about 20 minutes. This may go down as his best speech yet – due only to its length.
Oh, Kelly Clarskon. You’re beautiful, but why did you get suckered in to this? At least she’s not using a teleprompter. Three minute song. Beautiful. Much better than the speech I just sat through.
And now they’re moving on to some gay Latin poet. I’m done commentating on the proceedings. (Oh, I suppose that makes me some racist homophobe. I don’t care. This pomp and circumstance was for naught.)
This was a waste of my time. And yours too. I apologize.