January 25, 2012

Past is prologue. And prologue is The Future.

Welcome to the Utopian vision. Same as it ever was.

(h/t IP and slart)

Posted by Jeff G. @ 8:33am
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Comments (17)

  1. Obama is practicing what he preaches and being Green and all by recycling.

    It’s the responsible thing to do. Why waste last year’s speech, when you can just crib mercilessly from it?

  2. This is the song that doesn’t end
    Yes it goes on and on my friends
    Some people started singing it
    Not knowing what it was
    And they’ll continue singing it
    Forever just because
    This is the song that doesn’t end….

  3. I posted this yesterday too. It just so nice, he had to say it twice…or three times. It is actually frightening.

  4. Somebody forgot to erase the tape in Barry Ruxpin’s back.

  5. This is the guy who CAN’T do two things at once. He can’t be expected vanquish the rich, put together a budget, try to break 90 AND come up with a new SOTU. So you’ll have to make due with last year’s and the previous year’s speech.

    What a fucking idiot.

  6. Somebody ran Daniels’ too.

  7. Wow, Pablo. And people insisted George W. Bush was a moron.

  8. “My Message is SimpleStupid”

    Fixed

  9. He can’t be expected vanquish the rich, put together a budget, try to break 90 ANDOR come up with a new SOTU.

    Fixed

  10. Thanks. I knew I should have finished 8th grade. Dammit.

  11. I had a good comment, and then the “server error” wiped it out…

  12. I had a good comment, and then the “server error” wiped it out…

    Just use last year’s comment Bob. It’s what all the geniuses do.

  13. Server errors abound. And my lunch hour is short.
    In regard to his speech, it was certainly aimed at his core support which aspires to an Eighth Grade reading comprehension level.

  14. Al, your comment at #13 is the thread-winnah!

  15. Obama has always had teenagers writing his speeches though, hasn’t he? I mean, I thought it was a thing with him?

  16. I don’t think he’s ever had any grown-ups in the house to write his speeches. And he set the bar pretty low when he said he was a better writer than his speechwriter, didn’t he?

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