MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 2016
While Still Trying To Remain Fairly Balanced
This morning in The Whistleblower Newswire Newsroom, everybody was getting his (or her) assignments to cover Obama’s Thankfully Last State of Disunion Speech this week. Whistleblower Senior National Political Affairs Analyst Britt Humus suggested we take a look at George W. Bush’s final State of the Union Address in 2008 for some context, so we can accurately compare and contrast Obama’s Speech tomorrow night. Hurley the Historian agreed, saying, “What a coincidence. I was going to make the same suggestion.” Let’s all review that older e-dition now:
— Official “State of Disunion” E-dition —
Monday, January 28, 2008
State of Disunion
The most fun of watching any State-of-the-Union Address is always laughing at RINO Republicans and Disingenuous DemocRATS trying to suck up to Dubya when he walks in. These same bi-partisan back-stabbers in Congress can’t stop lying as they try to destroy the President every other day of the year, but at tonight’s televised State of the Union Address, you can be pretty sure the guy with the biggest smile will be the worst back-stabbing bastard of the bunch.
The Blower expects Dubya’s final State-of-the-Union address to admit the political reality that there will be no big ideas coming out of the White House during his remaining months in office. Maybe that’s why White House Press Secretary Dana Perino says anything new and major is “just not realistic.” Dubya’s final State-of-the-Union address could well be remembered more for what it didn’t say that for what it did.
Avant News Editor Ion Zwitter says in a surprise development that some pundits are already terming “unprecedented,” President George W. Bush will remain silent throughout the entire proceeding. We think that’s a joke.
Maybe our political pundits will have to be content counting the number of times Dubya stops for applause, who stands up, and more importantly, who doesn’t. TV cameras will no doubt be focusing on the faces of front-runners in the 2008 presidential primaries (Hillary, Obama, and McClain). No wonder Whistleblower Senior National Political Analyst Britt Humus has a new definition for “Electile Dysfunction.” It’s the inability to become aroused over any of the choices for president put forth by either party in the 2008 election year. Perhaps we’ll even get a shot of Dysfunctional DemocRAT Congressman Dennis Kucinich, but only if he’s waving a copy of those impeachment papers he keeps threatening to file. We’ll also be watching to see who scored a guest pass for the event, and the lucky winners of life’s lottery in the audience the president introduces. We remember during the Clinton Administration when everybody wondered if we’d see Monica sitting next to Hillary.
Before the applause even dies down, Disingenuous DemocRAT Congressional Majority Leaders Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi (shown humping at right) will be blasting the president for whatever he says and whatever he doesn’t. Hurley the Historian says ever since 1966, the President’s State-of-the-Union speech has been followed on television by a response or rebuttal by a member of the political party opposing the President’s party.
Bi-partisanship? Surely, you jest. The only thing DemocRATS and Republicans in Congress have been able to agree on lately is giving every voter a tax rebate in an election year—real “Profiles in Courage” stuff. They call those incredibly shrinking tax rebates the Incumbent Protection Act of 2008.
Maybe that’s why our “Quote for Today” comes from Lily Tomlin, who said “Ninety-eight
percent of the adults in this country are decent, hard-working, honest Americans. It’s the other lousy two percent that get all the publicity. But then, we elected them.”
As the Official Voice of the Conservative Agenda, The Blower predicts tonight’s speech will be another current event Real Republicans will be forced to suffer through in silence. They don’t need columnists like Peggy Noonan to tell them what George W. Bush has done to destroy the Republican Party, breaking its constituent pieces apart and setting them against each other on spending, the size of government, war, the ability to prosecute war, immigration, and other issues. They don’t require righteous reminders of how GOP leaders are abandoning Republican principles every chance they get. The RINO-ization of the Republican Party continues unabated.
Today there are only 36 more days till Ohio’s 2008 Primary Elections on March 4, and everybody’s wondering if tonight Dubya will ask Ohio Second District Congresswoman “Mean Jean” Schmidt to stand so he can thank her properly for flushing Rob “Fighting for Free Trade” Portman’s legacy down the crapper, mortally wounding the Republican Party in Ohio, and helping Disingenuous DemocRATS hoping to turn the Buckeye State “Blue” 2008. We’re surprised the DemocRATS didn’t ask “The Bitch” to give their official response.
In his Daily Bellwether blog, Cleveland Pain Dealer Newshawk Bill Sloat is reporting how with all the monumental problems facing the nation these days, the most embarrassing elected official in Southwest Ohio History (including Jerry Springer) is now calling for July to be “National Watermelon Month.” Maybe she’s trying to get the Black vote. If this doesn’t give those guys putting out that new “Anybody But Schmidt” web site something to talk about, we don’t know what will.
We wonder how long it’ll take for the nattering nabobs of negativism in the Liberal Press to be back in full Bush-bashing mode after the speech. It shouldn’t take long. Our biased liberal news media will still be trying to fool all of our dumbed-down, self-absorbed, media-influenced, politically-correct, celebrity-obsessed uninformed voters one more time. And why not, it’s certainly working.
This is your Official State of Disunion E-dition. Any other publications making such claims are surely fake.
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