When I first viewed the State of the Union address, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.
I have no idea what’s going on in my head right now, because the klobuchar/barbers/chicken man speech wasn’t particularly apparent to me, but it was crystal plain to everyone else.
When the Speaker Finished, I Thought, “Oh, I See Now; I Didn’t Get it.”
The problem isn’t so much that your eyes aren’t working; it’s that you have no idea what you should be looking for. Since, while the klobucharberschicken man’s speech may be puzzling at first, it becomes rather clear once the full context of the speech is understood.
The senators who are too sluggish to look up every time another senator disagrees with them are called klobuchar in the state of the union address. Nonetheless, that is how I take it.
It’s also encouraging to see that the substance, in addition to the delivery, is a bit disorganised. It’s a fascinating speech, but I haven’t seen the material it refers to, so some of the details are lost on me. Also, the debates, the most exciting aspect of the campaign, are noticeably absent from this speech.
The Absence of Marc Short is Also Appreciated.
Before watching the movie, we’ll be investigating these matters further. We’ll be hosting it, so come on by if you’re interested in finding out more.
That Part Where they Argue is My Favourite. The content, to put it simply, can be a little bit jumbled. Reading each other’s sentences and making an effort to comprehend one another is necessary. Included are the first three discussions, which is a terrific addition. Regarding the remaining debates, I think it’s a good thing that they don’t stick too closely to specifics and context.
When these two sides first met, things got a little chaotic. In fact, I think there were a few of instances where I would have been absolutely befuddled if I hadn’t been reading the other person.
The finest part of the argument was when Representative James Clyburn labelled me a “slut,” a word I had never heard of before meeting him.