Resident Hidin’ Addresses VietCongress

And I don’t care!  I don;t follow the news, and I’m certainly not watching this.  I’ll wager that he hasn’t been seen in public for a couple of days, and that he will be invisible until at least the weekend.  He’ll need the recovery time from his dementia wonderdrugs.

I hope he loses his place and just wanders off the dais.  Maybe he’ll pass out and will need to be revived by sniffing the hair of a thirteen-year-old girl.

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  1. And then we prez harris. Be careful what you wish for.

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  2. Gavin Longmuir

    Remember when the US had Presidents who could (and would) deliver a State of the Union address? Article II, Section 3: “He [the President] [Oops!] shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union …”

    Remember when the US had a Constitution?

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  3. Didn’t they used to deliver by page, in written form? ( I meant no pun)

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  4. Gavin Longmuir

    That is my understanding too, Squidlet — although I am no expert on the history. The State of the Union was a written report, until the Political Class decided to make it into their version of the Oscars. There was a time that it was exciting to watch — the packed hall, the cheering, the hat tips to audience members, the spontaneous applause. (Oscars or SOTU, your choice). But that was then, and this is now.

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