Tonight President Barack Obama addresses a joint session of Congress as prescribed by the Constitution. If you prefer not to watch, you can join is for the live blog of the 2013 Westminster American Kennel Club Dog Show that starts at the same time. For those who still want to know what the president says, here is a guide of this year’s SOTU provided by Slate‘s comprare levitra Firenze David Weigel so you don’t have to watch:
The State of the Union is the most predictable, rote, pointless exercise of pomp in American politics. That’s good news for you. The pre-speech period, roughly 24 to 48 hours of spin and leaks, spoils the policy details that’ll be remembered when the speech is complete. (I say “policy” because they obviously can’t predict which lawmakers’ eye-rolls will make the Top 10 .gif lists.)
Based on my own close reading of this stuff, here’s what will be happening in the House of Representatives tonight.
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Republicans accuse Obama of ignoring the debt, while basically agreeing with his approach to it. [..]
Obama tells a horrendous, sub-Tosh.0 quality joke.
Now for your entertainment, or not, the President of the United States.
ek hornbeck says:
To tell you the truth, I don’t know why anyone is watching the Washington (Hollywood for the Ugly) Oscars when there are cute doggies on display.
Maybe you just hate dogs.
In any event you will hope (foolishly and in vain) that they don’t say anything too destructive, evil, and stupid.
The space below is provided so you don’t have to kill any more Chinese Walmart slaves through damaging your TV during any of the more egregiously wrong-headed and mendacious moments by venting your frustration in soothing pixels of insight instead of poorly aimed remotes.
Or, you know, kicking your dog.