#1
No thread on this that I could see.

For those who didn't watch it: http://youtu.be/5Y63JZC3Snk

Thoughts?
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#9
politics = boring.
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#10
Dunno but all of a sudden I feel the urge to eat a stake, watch baseball and shoot something

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#11
I was too high on drugs to realize it was a speech, to be honest.
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#12
It'll never pass. The Republicans and the tea baggers will come up with some rhetoric and bullshit not to pass this.

Mitch Mcconnell has already said, even before he heard the speech that the Repubs want to go into a different direction. In other words they are going to ignore it.
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#17
Not too impressed. It's too little too late, but I suppose it's better than nothing. The infrastructure projects are a good idea, but they are too profit heavy to be as effective as they could be.
#18
**** privatization. Profit is what breaks up the people. If it's the government seeking profit, you know your situation might just improve over time. If it's a board of directors who share the company with hundreds of stock holders seeking profit, you know the profit will fade into their wallets and an increase in profitability. I mean, I don't see Apple making furniture anytime soon, or that Samsung would fly people from Europe to Japan for prices that right now would be considered shockingly low.

This speech is essentially an advertisement for Keynian economics, and truth be told, I think that it might just help the world economy just like it did last century.
#19
I thought he did quite well.

An 'A' for delivery as always and a 'B' for content.

The speech encapsulated the spirit of bi partisanship he's been espousing lately well while also giving the impression that he hadn't abandoned his own ideals, obviously his intention.

Having said that it was certainly a safe speech. A testament to Barack's incredible ability to make relatively insipid bills sound like FDR's new deal.

These reforms were all pretty common sense though and like he said i can't see much to be objected to from either side of politics (barring the extreme right and left)

Barack was not happy when those Tea Partiers started cheering for complete deregulation.
#20
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Dunno but all of a sudden I feel the urge to eat a stake, watch baseball and shoot something


So would I if Obama was American.
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#21
I could smell the bullshit through the TV. I had to turn it off before it killed me.
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#22
twas inspiring, dawg.
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#23
I had the liberty of meeting Obama, all I can say is that he is a certified f*cking nutjob. I would probably be better in presidency.
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I had the liberty of meeting Obama, all I can say is that he is a certified f*cking nutjob. I would probably be better in presidency.

I would be willing to wager you wouldn't be able to handle it. Along with 99.9% of others who think they could do a better job than anyone who is/was a president.
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#26
Meh. Words are wind. In this case that wind smells a bit like the usual political bullshit to me.
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#27
all politicians speak falsly, the question is whether they lie or are just unable to fufil promises, with obama i suspect (hope) it's mostly the later, but the whole guantonmo bay bullshit makes me think the former
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#28
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#29
We do unless they got rid of it
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#31
Seeing as the country is no longer on the brink of default, I think Obama will have a much better time defending this jobs plan.
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Having said that it was certainly a safe speech. A testament to Barack's incredible ability to make relatively insipid bills sound like FDR's new deal.

So true.