Just about everything concerning last night's state of the speech or whatever the hell it was called with President Obama seriously annoyed me.
The President needed to strike a tone of confidence and certitude, which he handily accomplished. However. Listening to his speech from a conservative point of view sounded like blah blah blah blah and more blah.
It is NOT the spoken word that needs plaudits, it is the action taken by cramming a couple trillion dollars down the gullets of the gullible in this country, and making them think everything will be all better now. Except it won't. It's going to get a lot worse.
Even the dopes in the Mainstream Media have figured out that Obama is using conservative words to sell us a very liberal agenda.
And while I'm cranking around my blog posting, how about the crew at Fox News? Damn, the snarky comments from Britt Hume, Nina Easton, Charles Krauthammer et all about the performance of Louisiana Governor Bobby Jinhdal was irritating.
I expect the arrows from the half-wits at MSNBC, but how about waiting 15 minutes before condemning Jindahl to political obscurity, Nina?
I thought that Governor Jindahl did a very competent job explaining the Republican responses and introducing himself to the American people. It wasn't pitch perfect as he is a newcomer to the national scene. But he is young (37) and has a few years (2-3) to get better. It is his actions and political story that are very attractive to conservative Republicans.
But for sheer entertainment value, don't forget to keep track of Gaff-tastic Joe Biden. He's always good for a laugh.