Prediction number one:
Our President will prescribe a course of action that will inevitably lead us to the economic conditions now being experienced in Venezuela. In order to determine if this prediction comes true, we first must understand what has happened in Venezuela. The tin pot dictator of that nation advocated for massive deficit spending and wealth redistribution. He promised to take care of Venezuela’s little people with cradle to grave government gifts to look after every conceivable need the Venezuelans would ever face, and confiscated every piece of private capital from, “Millionaires and Billionaires,” in order to finance it, each step of the way claiming that it would only be fair if those who could afford to, would just pay a little bit more.
(If this scares you, it’s because you can read, and realize that today, Venezuela is unable to grow its own food, and can not keep their shelves stocked sufficiently to fend off a national famine, which Hugo Chavez will not suffer the consequences for at all. You see, like all leftists, once consequences raised their ugly heads, he bolted and took up residence in a Cuban Hospital.)
Prediction number two:
Our President will champion Once again his commitment to the new, “democracies,” which now exist in Egypt and Libya, and tout his sale of 20 warplanes to the Egyptians as a measure to promote stability in the region. While he may make reference to the fact that the Muslim Brotherhood now runs those two nations, he’ll neglect to mention that this is the same organization that also claims Al Qaeda and Hamas as constituent members, something that the more astute of you would doubtless find to be somewhat pertinent to any substantive discussion.
Prediction number three:
He’ll take credit for the anemic job growth that has occurred during his watch, spin it to sound as if it’s been a boom period in our history, and simultaneously blame any ill effects our economy is now continuing to experience on George W. Bush. He’ll do this with a straight face, but he’ll continue his class warfare shtick while mentioning several times that his prompting national hatred of, “Millionaires and Billionaires,” does not in fact constitute class warfare.
Prediction number four:
He’ll make a big production out of his supposed claim that he’s single handedly decimated Al Qaeda. He’ll neglect to mention that it was Al Qaeda, carrying weapons that we supplied them with, who overran our embassies in both Cairo and Benghazi, welcomed there with open arms by the way by both governments, since they are all part of the same monster.
Prediction number five:
He’ll propose a, “balanced approach,” to solving our deficit problems, and he’ll use the phrase common sense. The approach will consist of spending loads more cash today, and then promise to cut expenses over ten future years, praying the whole time that future Congresses follow through on his promised discipline. This will necessitate of course that some future group of politicians will be the first to finally behave in a responsible manner. He’ll talk about how he’s already found $1 Trillion in cuts through common sense measures like eliminating fraud, theft, and waste, which for some reason has never before occurred to anyone in our history prior to Barack Obama. Then he’ll claim that not increasing money spent according to the asinine projections of our base line budget is somehow the same as saving money, as if we’re not already onto that particular trick.
He will skip discussion of Health Care, more specifically the fact that the Obamacare law is already starting to crumble under its own onerous weight.
Bonus Prediction Two:
He’ll call for a more civilized tone in political discourse again, while simultaneously bashing all conservatives as unreasonable radicals and labeling the entire Tea Party Movement as racist.
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