Good idea Mr. President.
Take a ten-day vacation in the great State of Martha-chusetts, get all refreshed, then deliver your very first speech with renewed vigor.
The only problem is, you can’t even read your own teleprompter, or should I say, your life line to any talking point the liberal agenda demands you say.
I know this sounds mean, so please do not take this next point too seriously, I am sticking up for my old friend DQ, but would someone please tell me when the term “wreak havoc” became the term “wreck havoc?”
Please go to second 25 of the video below to see the gaffe.
There really should be some type of hierarchical grammatical grading system or maybe something like a golf handicap for this type of thing.
Since Dan Quayle, Vice President, has been drawn and quartered by the liberal press several million times, (no exaggeration here at all), for misspelling the word potato; he added an “e;” then shouldn’t a President be graded on a tougher scale for mispronouncing a word that most fairly read individuals can pronounce, especially in the context of the preceding word?
They even gave you the tip-off word first Mr. President. What more help do you require to get through a speech?
If you want to see the talking point of the day go back and watch what happens around minute 1.
“For nearly a decade the economy spiraled downward,” another good idea Mr. President, “nearly a decade” is code for eight years under George Bush, we get that.
Except for one thing, the first seven of those eight years were pretty good, until the lies that Barney Frank and Chris Dodd pulled on the American people toppled the real estate market.
Let’s just say this, at minute 3:40, Mr. President is getting some really good practical experience, blaming the minority Republican party for holding up one of his ideas.
After January you will be saying that quite a bit more, so at least you got a few practice swings at that one.
You just won’t be able to call them the minority party any more.
From your perspective your agenda’s wreck will surely wreak.
PS…When I did Spell-Check today the computer highlighted the term “wreck havoc.” Guess what it asked me? You got it…”Did you mean ‘wreak havoc.'” Yes Mr. Computer, I actually did.