by Brian Wilson: Imagine
There’s No Rockwell (.com)
saying Obama will layout a "new vision" for this country.
Sorry, Marx already had that vision. It is hardly new.
PJTV’s Vodka Pundit (Stephen Green) and took his advice: start drinking
before this freak show and have no plan to stop for a while.
wants to know the night's winning numbers: We have 59 "I"'s. Note,
one "I" was not counted because in was a quote from someone else.
There were 13 "my"'s and 11 "me"'s. There were 3 "it's Bush fault"'s.
I couldn't keep count of the "it's the fault of a do nothing
congress"'s because many of them were a bit oblique.
I did notice
a pattern to Obama's word usage. He is an "I" junkie. He uses "me"
and "my" like Methadone to push the next "I" fix out a few more
seconds. Then like a drowning man, when he gets his face to the
surface, he gulps a mouthful of "I"'s. Like a junkie, he sneaks
an "I" into a sentence when he thinks no one will notice.
Some of the
"we"'s suggest Obama had a mouse in his pocket.
I'm trying to read my notes…. Obama so badly twisted words, his
social agenda almost sounded like a good idea. He wants to take
the money he was borrowing to pay for the war in Iraq and use half
to pay down the debt and the other half to buy a pink elephant with
purple spots? Wait. Is that "nursing home for my mother-in-law"
or "an electric car with really big fins"? Whatever… it's
something that will be great for the economy.
I think I got
this right but he said "ending the war in Iraq was a blow against
our enemies". WTF?!?!?? Maybe I should just stick with the
to say how many lies were in the speech, my Lie-o-meter rolled over
at 100 thousand miles. At one point his nose got so long, it knocked
over a TelePrompTer.
like she was sucking a lemon; her hair was done by Black & Decker.
I have to wonder
if the Democrats have cheat sheets to tell them when to stand up.
Are they standing because they believe the lie or because they know
he doesn't mean it?
years of this clown with destroy what little is left of the free
market and leave us living in old GE refrigerator boxes.
At the end,
Obama should have been required to say, "I'm Barack Obama and I
approve this political commercial."
If Obama isn't
the anti-Christ, he's at least his ambassador.
I'm not saying
the Republican response was boring but I wandered off to the lobby
and bought a box of Red Hots, a large coke and a tub of popcorn.
That set me back $325.
The man giving
the Republican response could shout, "FIRE!" in a crowded theater
and put people asleep. It was like a preview of Mitt Romney's campaign
against Obama. People will vote for Obama just to get Mitt off the
the SOTU for "a vision for America" is like going to a
prostitute for a hug.
Good bye America.
I wish I'd had more time to know you.
And now, back
to our regularly scheduled hang-over……………
Wilson [send him mail],
nationally ignored talk show host and occasional LRC un-indicted
co-contributor, is currently annoying miniscule audiences in a number
of markets from his technically challenged studios safely outside
the dictatorship of Toledo. Brian may be endured from 3p–6p at www.wspd.com.
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