Obama’s State of the Unions(SEIU) Speech

We shall soon be Bankrupt, but it’s all Bush’s Fault

Mr. President

Your Actions speak much louder than your Words!

President Obama will be giving his State of the Union Speech on Tuesday night. This is what I think he will “Really” be saying to America!

My Fellow American Comrades,

As you all know, I, myself and me, have spent America into bankrupcy! But, that’s Ok. (applause)  We all know it was Bush’s Fault and so I, myself and me,  have come up with another plan (Scheme) of spending that I, myself and me, feel will insure that each and every working American for Generations to come can take part in.  I, myself and me, will be  implementing a new program to Rebuild our Infrastructures, Rail Systems, and Power Grids that will cost (you) Billions upon Billions of dollars.  If it was not for me, myself, and I,  I don’t know where America would be today?

(wild cheers) (applause) (more cheers) (Chris Mathews has orgasm) (more applause)(yada,yada,yada,) (applause)

The road to Communism is never easy and many times it requires Violent Protests and the declaration of Marshal Law.  I, myself and me are determined to bring that about so that there are no more Rich people in America.  Your Tax Burden will be a heavy one, but….., now listen to me,  listen to me……,(pause)  I, myself and me have determined that it is not fair for lazy people to have to struggle on the meager Welfare payments they receive.  I, myself and me have put America on the path to Total Unemployment.  Why should anyone have to work when the Rich People of our Country are more than able to support us all for at least a few more years.

Now……….,  I, myself and me know there are going to be some Skeptics out there (pause)……… and I, myself and me know we are going to have to deal with the Party of  “No” (know), but, I, myself and me are confident that with an effective Smear Campaign by my Lame Stream Media (thank you Chris)  and some Strong Arm Tactics by my fellow SEIU workers we can intimidate enough Americans to go along with my Recovery (Destruction) Program for the United States and my Socialists friends here in America. (Applause) (Cheers)  ( YOU LIE)  (oops, how did that get in there)?  Hear me now people (pause)……….. sit down and shut up, I myself and me know what I am doing and most of you people don’t have a clue.  America needs to relax and chill out for a bit.(pause) (snicker)……  Life is too short to be so pre-occupied with my politics and so why don’t you folks just sit in the back seat and let me drive this program home?

(wild applause) (cheers) (ba-loon drop) (confetti drop) (more cheers)

America no longer needs to be the Worlds Super Power, (applause) and I, myself and me  have secretly arranged for our friends in Russia to provide a Nuclear Umbrella over America to protect us from our common enemy  the Tea Party Senior Citizens who have terrorized everyday American’s with their Flag Waving , lawn chair sitting, Patriotic gobeligoo speeches and protests. (cheers) (applause).  I, myself and me have also arrange for our friends in the Chinese Government to provide for our protection from these Tea Party People by sending in 27 Million of their Troops to help patrol our Cities and Streets. (applause) (cheers)

I took a solemn oath to protect certain people and groups in America from her Constitution and the Tea Party and by golly that is what I am going to do. (wild cheers) (Pelosi tears up)

In closing let me, myself and I make one thing perfectly clear.

Umm, a, ah, umm, hold on a minute, umm, a, oh, yah, and may Mother Nature bless the United States of Amerika.

Russian National Anthem

41 responses to “Obama’s State of the Unions(SEIU) Speech

  1. Good Afternoon my Fellow American Patriots and Friends :D

    Here we are on the eve of the Great One’s State of the Union Address or better known as Another Obama Propaganda Campaign Rally


  2. Supreme Court Justices Could Be No-Shows for Obama’s State of the Union Address

    Just one day before President Obama’s State of the Union address, it’s still not clear whether Chief Justice John Roberts will attend or, like high court colleague Justice Samuel Alito, skip the event.

    The recent uptick in collegiality from lawmakers on Capitol Hill in the run-up to Tuesday’s speech contrasts sharply with the lingering controversy from last year’s speech in which President Obama rebuked the justices over a campaign finance decision. If Roberts decides not to attend, it would be his first absence at a State the Union Speech since joining the court in 2005.

    Roberts’s decision — or that of any other justice for that matter — wouldn’t normally be an issue but for the instant uproar that resulted from last year’s address and the observations he and some of his colleagues have made over the last 12 months about the celebrated but often hyper-partisan evening.

    An official with the University of Hawaii Law School confirms to FOX News that Alito, who was a significant part of the controversy last year, will be with students in Honolulu all week and therefore will not attend Tuesday night’s speech. It will be the first time he will not show.

    “To the extent the State of the Union has degenerated into a political pep rally, I’m not sure why we’re there,” Roberts said last March. But the escalated calls for bipartisan civility on Capitol Hill might argue against Roberts sending his regrets.

    “If I were advising, I would say, ‘man up and go,’” said Linda Greenhouse, a former Supreme Court reporter and Knight Journalist in Residence at Yale University.

    “Objectively, he’s completely correct,” she said about Roberts’s assertion. Greenhouse noted that justices have for many years expressed concerns about attending the speech. “As Justice Alito learned, to his dismay, you can’t react like an ordinary human being without becoming the news.”

    The controversy from President Obama’s 2010 annual message to Congress came in two parts.

    First, some people objected to the substance and setting of the president’s direct critique of the court’s 5-4 ruling in Citizens United v. FEC, a high-profile decision giving corporations and labor unions the right to spend unlimited amounts of money on political speech.

    “With all due deference to separation of powers, last week the Supreme Court reversed a century of law that I believe will open the floodgates for special interests — including foreign corporations — to spend without limit in our elections,” Obama said with six members of the court, including Roberts and Alito, seated just a few feet in front of him. “I don’t think American elections should be bankrolled by America’s most powerful interests, or worse, by foreign entities.”

    It was Alito’s reaction to the president’s remarks, caught on camera, that fueled the resulting firestorm. He shook his head and appeared to mouth the words “not true” as the Democrats in the House chamber cheered.

    “For many years the more senior members of the Supreme Court, Justice [John Paul] Stevens before he retired, Justice [Antonin] Scalia, stopped the practice of attending State of the Union addresses because they have become very political events and very awkward for the justices,” Alito told a group at the Manhattan Institute in October. “We have to sit there like the proverbial potted plant most of the time. And we’re not allowed to applaud–and those of us who are more disciplined refrain from manifesting any emotion or opinion whatsoever.”

    Indeed, the State of the Union has often produced the odd visual juxtaposition of a House chamber full of lawmakers standing and applauding while the justices remain seated and expressionless.

    “I don’t go because it has become so partisan,” Justice Clarence Thomas said to students in Florida last year just days after the State of the Union speech, which he did not attend. “And it’s very uncomfortable for a judge to sit there. There’s a lot that you don’t hear on TV: the catcalls, the whooping and hollering and under-the-breath comments. One of the consequences is now the court becomes part of the conversation, if you want to call it that, in the speeches. It’s just an example of why I don’t go.”

    Scalia was even more stinging in his critique.

    “It is a juvenile spectacle, and I resent being called upon to give it dignity, Justice Scalia told the Federalist Society in November. “It’s really not appropriate for the justices to be there.”

    But the court is hardly unanimous on the matter. Justice Stephen Breyer has only missed one State of the Union address since joining the court in 1994. He recently told “FOX News Sunday” host Chris Wallace that he’ll be there again Tuesday night.

    “I think it’s very, very, very important — very important — for us to show up at that State of the Union, because people today, as you know, are more and more visual,” Breyer said. “I’d like them to read, but they are visual. And what they see in front of them in that State of the Union is the federal government, every part — the president, the Congress, the cabinet, the military, and I would like them to see the judges, too, because federal judges are also part of that government. And I want to be there.”

    When asked about Roberts’s concern about silent justices being surrounded by raucous politicians Breyer, a former Senate staffer said, “that’s his opinion. He says what he thinks. And I say what I think. And what I think is what I said. I’ll be there next year.”

    University of Richmond law professor Carl Tobias says Breyer has a “peculiar fascination” with the interaction of the government’s branches. Last week Breyer spoke to a bipartisan group of members and staff from the House Judiciary Committee about how to better work with each other. The visit was organized by Chairman Lamar Smith, R-Texas.

    “I like Democrats on the committee personally, but I think there are ways for us to find common ground despite the strong feelings on a lot of issues,” Smith told a reporter for The Hill newspaper. A committee spokeswoman said Breyer’s appearance was well-received but refused to comment when asked if Smith thought the justices should attend Tuesday night’s speech.

    As of late Friday, a court spokeswoman couldn’t confirm the attendance plans for any of the justices. There is no requirement for any of the justices to attend, and none attended in 2000.

    “Given what the chief said about Judge Roll, he may be obligated to be there,” Tobias observed.



  3. 3 SEIU Chapters Get Obamacare Waivers

    Three local Service Employees International Union (SEIU) chapters have received temporary Obamacare wavers, which will allow them to cap the amount of health insurance money they spend on an employee in a given year below the federal spending limit, CNS News reports. One of the chapters is located in President Obama’s hometown of Chicago.

    CNS says the waivers will specifically allow the unions to bypass the gradually increasing spending caps the government instituted on its way to abolishing caps altogether in 2014. Current regulations say spending limits can be no less than $750,000 for 2011, no less than $1.25 million in 2012, and no less than $2 million in 2013.

    According to research compiled by CNS, the Department of Health and Human Services granted a waiver to Local 25 SEIU in Chicago with 31,000 enrollees on Oct. 1, 2010; to Local 1199 SEIU Greater New York Benefit Fund with 4,544 enrollees on Oct. 10, 2010; and to the SEIU Local 1 Cleveland Welfare Fund with 520 enrollees on Nov. 15, 2010.

    As an example, SEIU Local 1199’s health plan put a $50,000 cap on medical expenses for its New Jersey nursing home workers, which is $700,000 under the 2011 limit. When contacted by CNS, the local union’s spokeswoman Leah Gonzalez said fewer than 1 percent of members have ever reached that cap, and that any members who did received more help.

    222 groups have received Obamacare waivers thus far, with 45 of them being labor organizations. Abolishing annual and lifetime spending limits in relation to health insurance spending was a central tenant of the new health care law when the President first presented it to America.

    CNS reports the SEIU donated $27.8 million to Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign.

    Read CNS News’s full report.



  4. ROFL on this post. Truth wrapped in satire – the best way to administer it. Like the some of the justices and other thoughtful people with better things to do, I may sit this one out. I can read it faster. Too bad it has taken him 2 years to get to what the people want and need – jobs and better education.


  5. Hi SamH. I don’t think he is really going to push jobs. I think he is just going to give Jobs some lip service being he know that is what people want to hear. This President is the biggest Sham ever perpertrated on the American People.


  6. Neither Obama nor anyone in this disgraceful administration knows the first thing about economics. Creating jobs? When pigs fly. After hearing about this: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2011/01/insulting_chinese_antiamerican.html–I'm more convinced than ever that our “President” is an active enemy of the United States.

    […] The movie and the tune are widely known among Chinese, and the song has been a leading piece of anti-American propaganda by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for decades.

    How insulting is it?

    The song Lang Lang played describes how beautiful China is and then near the end has this verse, “When friends are here, there is fine wine /But if the jackal comes /What greets it is the hunting rifle.” The “jackal” in the song is the United States.

    This was no unintentional diplomatic faux pas. This was crudely obvious, deliberate effort to smack down the United States and elevate China


  7. I am convinced they and Soro’s are the Puppet Masters of Obama. Thank you for that link Bob.


  8. Pay close attention to the message the President sent to Medeyev (?) about the dead in the Airport bomb blast. He wanted the Russian people to know that we stood in solidarity with them. Bob – there’s our 50’s and 60s’ radical lingo again. “Solidarity” is the buzzword of the socialist movement.


  9. Good night, Sammi and everyone. Sleep well.


  10. Good Night SamHenry and all my American Patriot Friends :D


  11. Hi Sami and SH
    Well done on the post Sami!! lol
    Have a good evening.


  12. Good Morning Lisa, love the videos. It is a new day in America and we must make the most of it.


  13. Good Morning my Fellow American Patriots and Friends :D


  14. Good morning leader of the wolf pack biting at the heels of the retreating socialists and their partners in true crime, the lamestream media.

    Sami, any time you see something of interest on my blog, you have blanket permission to grab it. Here is the post on Palin you read:

    Nasty Disconnect: Todd Palin’s Alleged Affair Will End Sarah’s Political Career:

    Posted on January 24, 2011 by samhenry| 8 Comments

    Google Todd Palin and Affair and you will find multiple articles concluding roughly this:

    Accusations of infidelity are nothing to toy with and have prevented more than one hopeful for seeking a presidential seat. In the 2008 presidential election, two of the main Republicans speculated to run prior to the primaries, Rudy Giuliani and Newt Gingrich, both carried the mark of adulterer, according to Washington Monthly, and neither rose above it. [associatedcontent.com]

    Stop the press! We are not talking about Todd’s political career. We are talking about Sarah’s. In no way did Bill Clinton’s affair(s) hold Hillary back. There is a nasty disconnect here. Is Sarah Palin unique?

    The media has had a field day attacking Palin from all angles and now carries their faulty reasoning into the theater of the absurd. As of today, her delay in responding to the allegations that Todd has been unfaithful is now being held against her.

    Can we give this poor family a break? It is well known that the pressures of celebrity, of a developmentally challenged youngster, and etc. are major causes of marital difficulties. How the difficulties are handled are important, yes, but let’s be humane, shall we? I think Newt and Rudi have far more to overcome and had better not take on the golden child of the Tea Party any more than they already have.

    Time will answer just how well Palin is doing and it will unfold according to her timetable not that of the media. That’s the observed Palin pattern.


  15. Nap time! I’ve been up since 5:30. See ya later.


  16. Thank you SamH for the post and by the way, Good Morning.


  17. .Kumbaya Seating — Could It Now Be a Distraction?

    All of this talk of “Kumbaya seating” — aka: bipartisan seating at the president’s State of the Union address Tuesday night — has some hoping a mere symbolic gesture could be a catalyst for change in Washington, better relationships among legislators with wildly disparate views, all of it having a trickle down affect that could grease the machine of government into bipartisan action. But could all of this be more of a distraction when put into practice?

    All across the Capitol, odd couple pairings are popping up: Sens. Chuck Schumer, D-NY, with Tom Coburn, R-Okla.; John McCain, R-Ariz., with Tom Udall, D-NM (Udall has deep family ties to Ariz. – they are family friends); Bob Casey, D-Pa., with Pat Toomey, R-Pa.; Dick Durbin, D-Ill., with Mark Kirk, D-Ill.; Mary Landrieu, D-La., with Olympia Snowe, R-Maine; Kirsten Gillibrand, D-Ny., with John Thune, R-SD; and Ron Wyden, D-Oreg., with Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa. House members are also getting into the act. Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., plans to sit next to his Democratic counterpart, Steny Hoyer of Maryland.

    But while some in Washington are hoping the political musical chairs has a lasting effect on comity and thereby on policy, others think the night might be pretty awkward with some members popping up with applause while others remain seated, like the childhood game ‘Whack-a-Mole’, and could detract from the very reason members have gathered.

    “That’s what people are going to focus on, not on the speech. It’s distracting for President Obama. If I were them, I wouldn’t want it,” former George W. Bush spokeswoman Dana Perino told Fox.

    “I think the president would say that anytime…there’s more collegiality, less acrimony and less partisanship, either during the speech or during the debates and what have you on these issues, that that’s a good thing for the process,” White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told reporters on Monday, seemingly unphased by the potential distraction.

    Already the bipartisan event heard round the world has led to some rather awkward moments, though, somewhat like a high school dance gone bad, with one former cheerleader-prom queen possibly even turning down a date on live TV. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad, D-ND, boldly asked his colleague, former Texas high school prom queen Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, a Republican, for a date to the address while the two were guests on ABC’s “This Week,” but nary a “yes” was to be heard from the Texas pol.

    Still, Sen. McCain said Sunday he’s hoping for less of the partisan “cheerleading,” something the bipartisan seating arrangement could avert, though the senator seemed to hold out little hope. “I frankly think the cheerleading side of it has detracted from the ability of any president, Republican or Democrat, to speak continuously to the American people without so many interruptions,” the senator said, adding, “I think there will be plenty of interruptions. And it doesn’t matter where you sit, but it might be nice to have a few less.”

    It’s an idea born out of the shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and a national focus on more respectful political discourse, conceived by Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., who, along with his GOP partner in the effort, Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, have managed to coral more than 60 members into signing onto their cause. And though the call for more civil rhetoric barely lasted after that shooting, these two members hope this grand gesture can make a difference.

    The two, together with 57 of their colleagues, sent a letter to the bipartisan congressional leadership late last week calling it “a small, but important new tradition” they hope to establish, adding, “Perhaps, by sitting with each other for one night, we will begin to rekindle that common spark that brought us here from 50 different states and widely diverging backgrounds to serve the public good.”

    “I think it’s a good thing. I do believe, though, that this is symbolic,” House Assistant Minority Leader Jim Clyburn, D-SC, said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday. The leader said he thought he would sit next to a Republican, but he added, “What we need to do is be substantive about it. And the way you do that is let’s propose some bipartisan efforts with health care, with job creation, just as we did with voting rights and civil rights. These things were done in a bipartisan way. And that’s substance.”

    It’s a sentiment echoed by Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., who told Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace, “I’m going to sit where I usually sit (the GOP side of the aisle)…More important than the appearance of sitting together is what we do together. And the American people are more interested in actual accomplishments on a bipartisan basis here in the next six to nine months than they are with the seating arrangement at the State of the Union.”



  18. Is America Headed for Yellowstone Super-Volcano Eruption Catastophe?

    It would explode with a force a thousand times more powerful than the Mount St Helens eruption in 1980,” the UK’s Daily Mail warns. The world’s largest super-volcano located underneath the United States’ Yellowstone National Park is set to blow.

    Spewing lava far into the sky, a cloud of plant-killing ash would fan out and dump a layer 10ft deep up to 1,000 miles away.

    Two-thirds of the U.S. could become uninhabitable as toxic air sweeps through it, grounding thousands of flights and forcing millions to leave their homes.

    This is the nightmare that scientists are predicting could happen if the world’s largest super-volcano erupts for the first time in 600,000 years, as it could do in the near future.

    Yellowstone National Park’s caldera has erupted three times in the last 2.1 million years and researchers monitoring it say we could be in for another eruption.

    Scientists have reportedly watched as the super-volcano situated underneath northwestern Wyoming rose at a record rate from 2004-2008 — an average of three inches every year. This rate of movement is more than three times greater than ever observed since such measurement records began in 1923.

    Since 2008, the rate has slowed significantly,and the U.S. Geological Survey says there is “no evidence that another such cataclysmic eruption will occur at Yellowstone in the foreseeable future.”

    But recurrence intervals are neither regular nor predictable and a lack of data has kept geologists from putting any exact date on any potential eruption warning.

    When the eruption finally happens it will dwarf the effect of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano, which erupted in April last year, causing travel chaos around the world. …

    Robert B. Smith, professor of geophysics at the University of Utah, who has led a recent study into the volcano, added: ‘Our best evidence is that the crustal magma chamber is filling with molten rock.

    ‘But we have no idea how long this process goes on before there either is an eruption or the inflow of molten rock stops and the caldera deflates again’.

    The Yellowstone Caldera — or “cooking pot” — sits atop North America’s largest volcanic field. The most recent large blast from the Caldera happened an estimated 640,000 years ago and the most recent small eruption happened about 70,000 years ago.

    The estimated area of ashfall from the Yellowstone Caldera’s last large eruption.

    ‘Clearly some deep source of magma feeds Yellowstone, and since Yellowstone has erupted in the recent geological past, we know that there is magma at shallower depths too,’ said Dan Dzurisin, a Yellowstone expert with the U.S. Geological Survey at Cascades Volcano Observatory in Washington State.

    ‘There has to be magma in the crust, or we wouldn’t have all the hydrothermal activity that we have.

    ‘There is so much heat coming out of Yellowstone right now that if it wasn’t being reheated by magma, the whole system would have gone stone cold since the time of the last eruption 70,000 years ago.’



  19. Morning Sami
    The seating thing—birds of a feather flock together….same agenda, just different paths to accomplish the end result. :-/

    IMO—Todd Palin “alleged” affair—LOL….pure propaganda and who really knows which side is spreading that rumor?


  20. Good Afternoon Lisa, birds of a feather,lol, some may be dropping from the sky in DC, ahahaha


  21. Bring on the blast from Yellowstone. Let’s make the US uninhabitable. No one will want to come here. Ah, the efficiency and scope of the fear factor.

    Sami, we may sit on a fault up here but it’s not “out fault” heh, heh, heh, And it has only small moves. One such woke me up 20 years ago now and cracked a window in my basement. Except for the City of Rochester, all of nature is conservative here!


  22. RE the seating tonight. There has to be something to get the average American to tune in. Some year expect a dance line going down the aisle. How about a little Zorba the Greek, eh? Inspire by dance.

    Final note: Egypt is in turmoil today. Mubarak is not only suffering from cancer and old age, he is not a kindly dictator. But he is a Coptic (Christian) in a sea of a Muslim majority. If that is lost, look for our best ally next to Turkey to disappear. Look for Israel to be surrounded by adversity. It seems all of North Africa is in flux. It is no accident. Muslim extremists are active globally and this is just the beginning.

    Recent leaks see Israel as turning down Palestinian concessions for peace. I am all for Israel up to and until it gets unreasonable. We are the backup. We need to have input. It looks as if the peace process is dead in the water.


  23. I’ll be back later brothers and sisters.


  24. PS

    I worry about upheaval in the former French colony of Algeria. So many Algerians live in France. Although it passed the anti-burka law, it has the largest population of Muslims in Europe I believe. France could very well end up in upheaval. Then there is the large Muslim population in England. There is a lot at stake believe me.


  25. Sorry I have been in and out of these conversations. I have been getting this new computer set up and every time I turn around I have to download another driver or a whatever to make everything work. Now, I find out that because this Computer is so fast and powerful that I am going to need one point twenty one Giggawatts of power to launch my programs. The only source of power capable of one point twenty one Giggawatts is a bolt of lightning or Nuclear fuel rods or both. This Computer is really awesome and I have never worked on one like this before. I have no idea how all of my kids got so smart. It did not come from me!


  26. LOL what kind of machine did you get? I have a new Droid phone in the midst of my fiscal concerns and it has more power than my old DELL XPS.


  27. It is a HP that my Son’s got together and had built for me. It is loaded with stuff you just don’t get when you buy a computer off the shelf at Best Buy. It is ramped up with a video card for gaming that is the most powerful one out there and a huge hard-drive or whatever with all kinds of gigga bites? and the maximum memory possible has installed. It boots up in like 35 seconds and screams through web pages. I just love it and will spend the rest of my life trying to figure out what all it is capable of.


  28. LOL—Sami…hope you get it all figured out….haaaa


  29. Ahahahahahaha Lisa, that’s me for the last 4 days now. rofl


  30. Sami
    Interesting info about Yellowstone. It is bulging-expanding-rising from what I’ve heard…and a major threat to the whole world should it blow. But we can’t stop it that I know of, but TPTB can sure cause it to explode pre-maturely and that may be part of the hidden plot of “bio-diversity” or “Sustainability” or “Population Control” or how bout just flat out murder of 85 % of the human race?


  31. ;-)
    I totally understand—been thru that with window 7 and all the new programs…


  32. Lisa, the White House has already responded to this Yellowstone thing saying it is all Bush’s fault. Stay tuned……….


  33. Hey Libs, you know what this new computer means?


  34. So you might want to get out of my way Libs




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