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Thursday, January 17, 2019

Cancel the State of the Union — Forever

By: Bonnie Kristian
The Week

The president "shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient," the Constitution says.

But must he do it with such pomp and circumstance; with the bloviating exposition of so little substance; with the pageant reaction shots of Congress, all sycophantic to one audience or another; with the multiplying response speeches, each as empty as their vacuous prompt; with prop guests and press hyper-analysis and the near-religious routine of obligatory applause?

Read more at The Week.

(THL) I'm with her. Cancel it forever.

It's a bunch of state propaganda. Just a bunch of politicians getting together and taking credit for everything good that's happening like it's all because of them or something.

Clapping for each other. Slapping each other's backs on television and high-fiving over all the loot they stole from us. lol