State of the Union Address 2019



NYCKY

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No mention of SCOTUS yet and Justice Kennedy or his successor Justice Kavanaugh. There seems to be fewer than usual SCOTUS members there this year though.
 

flavirostris

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There's a man that wants to make trouble for Trump. Mitt Romney.
 

Dame_Enda

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McConnell not clapping when Trump talked about bringing down drug prices and bringing about price transparency.
 

Dame_Enda

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This is a much more traditional presidential speech than the last 2.
 

flavirostris

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Nice dig at Democrat abortion nuts in New York and Virginia. Republicans all applauding. Democrats stony-faced.
 

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Trump wants $500m to tackle children's cancer.

How many cancer cases would be diagnosed later because of the 20 million more uninsured people that would result if he got his way on healthcare? How many will be diagnosed later because of the 3 million more uninsured people resulting from what Trump did manage to do to undermine Obamacare?

But sure - $500m will probably save them.
 

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Do they change from year to year? Maybe i missed it?
No, as I say, a really long running stunt. You know I don't mind men in politics but I just don't see why they all feel the need to engage in these gimmicks.
 

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The one thing that's guaranteed to get them all applauding. Muh Israel.
 

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No, as I say, a really long running stunt. You know I don't mind men in politics but I just don't see why they all feel the need to engage in these gimmicks.
but the men aren't engaging in gimmicks but at this stage it's easy to see you are...
 

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"If it weren't for me, we'd be in a war with North Korea now".

I think some of the Repubs were unsure whether they should clap or not...
 

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Putin put the kybosh on Daesh. Not you Trump.
 

flavirostris

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Putin put the kybosh on Daesh. Not you Trump.
Yep.. should have been 'Thank you President Putin'.

Now all that's left is a rag bag who are trying to get Western governments to intervene and take them home.
 

flavirostris

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Now Trump is just talking shít. There is no 'radical regime in Iran'.

He's just kissing Israeli butt here.
 

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but the men aren't engaging in gimmicks but at this stage it's easy to see you are...
How else do you explain all those shallow men, more interested in their matching suits than in governing, all rocking up in the same colour suits if not a gimmick.
 

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How else do you explain all those shallow men, more interested in their matching suits than in governing, all rocking up in the same colour suits if not a gimmick.
I will ask a last time and otherwise done discussing it but which group has recently routinely change their dress for Congressional Presidential addresses, and by that mean over the last three years?

a) Republican men
b) Democratic men
c) Republican women
d) Democratic women

Is it a or b or c or d?

You don't have to buy a vowel or anything, I have given you a hint with the bolding. Just so you know, they didn't use to do this under Obama or Bush or Clinton or anyone else.

Just saying like
 


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