Did you see the President's speech last night? Trump had his Joint Session with Congress but Cheech and Chong weren't invited. It wasn't technically a State of the Union Address. That won't happen until he's been President for a year. And last night was probably the most Presidential demeanor we've ever seen from Trump (which means almost nothing).
To all the hard-line libertarians & NeverTrump conservatives out there, consider this: he did a pretty good job and if that's not enough for you then Gorsuch, Pruitt & Trump's support of Israel should be proof positive that he could definitely be worse.
Meanwhile the Democrats really showed us who they are when they didn't stand to applaud for some issues that they supposedly support. Trump didn't get an applause from the liberals when he spoke about supporting historically black colleges, getting more jobs for women in science and mandatory paid family leave for full time workers [which are not exactly conservative policies]. But it doesn't matter how much paid family leave Trump gives out. Liberals are still gonna moan about Kellyanne Conway's shoes on the Oval Office couch.
And it was funny to see all the Democrats dressed in white. Especially when we all know full well they spent the last 8-years screwing America. I bet Billy Idol was laughing his ass off. Ya know... because he sang White Wedding? It was a song in the 80s? Never mind.
Anyway the Democrats got the most upset when Trump talked about his new plan to crack down on criminal illegals. You could hear the liberals in the room audibly groan. Trump is going to call the new program VOICE... Which has gotta be causing anxiety for the producers of NBC's "The Voice" [who just started their new season on Monday].
Of course, the GOP aren't perfect either. It was weird to see all those Republicans applaud when Trump said "Repeal Obamacare" knowing damn well they can't agree on a plan to make that happen [so far]. Also, I don't think I heard Trump spend much time talking about spending cuts [that whole issue was kind of glossed over].
All in all it was still a pretty good speech but if Trump really wanted to prove this was a Joint Session he should have showed his solidarity to Colorado & lit one up on the way out. Peoples minds would have been blown harder than Bill Clinton with a college-aged intern.
Oh yeah, one last thing: for now on Rex Tillerson is T-Rex & Neil Gorsuch is the Gorshmister [so don't get confused when you hear us call them exclusively by those names].
What did y'all think of the speech?