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Tuesday,  01/25/11  11:38 PM

Tonight President Obama delivered his annual State of the Union address; I didn't watch (had *much* better things to do :) but the early returns are pretty negative.  Apparently this was his "Sputnik moment", and he didn't handle it well.  Perhaps this picture sums up the general opinion:

This could drive a caption content; I think Glenn Reynolds nailed it: are we having fun yet?

One thing that seems apparent about Obama, he can't seem to take responsibility.  The huge deficit we are running and the consequent negative impact on the economy are a direct result of his administration's policies.


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