Peas meet pod: State of the Union and Oscars

“In Hollywood, people who can’t stand each other pretend to like each other. In Washington, people who like each other pretend they can’t stand each other. In both cases, the goal is to keep the public in the dark about what’s really going on.”

Via Gay Patriot

UPDATE:  Our one-trick pony president wants “more entitlements, taxes and unemployment” while setting the table for the Hildabeast in 2016. One of every six men unemployed ain’t enough for them.

As the WSJ puts it (behind a firewall): “The President has suddenly discovered that middle-class incomes have plunged on his watch, and he’s demanding that Congress address this with more of the same policies that have done so much to reduce middle-class incomes.”

This time a Republican congress may thwart him. May thwart him. Too many of them are just like him. There’s hope, however, in the likes of  Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa. The Democrat media already is trying to turn her into a joke.

4 responses to “Peas meet pod: State of the Union and Oscars

  1. Didn’t watch either speech. I don’t know anybody who DID watch. And I don’t understand why anyone would want to watch either bunch of lying assholes.

  2. I gave up watching the SOTU after the first one. He is so boring. Except for the way he says one thing and then contradicts himself a few minutes later. Except once you’ve seen the trick it’s no longer entertaining. Ayers must have stopped writing his speeches for him like he wrote his book. I haven’t watched the Oscars in twenty years. Just liked the initial quote from Gay Patriot.

  3. You shall feel much better, Dick, if you stop expecting a pol speaking truth. I guarantee it (and I am not a pol, so it’s possible I am right).

  4. Oh, I learned that without having to grow up in the Soviet Union. But I expect some finesse with their lies, not Barry’s blatant mendacity which is on a par with Khrushchev banging his shoe on the table.