State of the Union address

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“We're fucked!”

~ President Bush on State of the Union Address

The State of the Union is a method of compressing lies and bullshit into an hour or two long transmittable file. It is created to tell us what The President thinks, received in a room full of crusty and aging men and women who lost their souls long ago and whose genitals are shriveled and infected from lack of use. Generally, when the state of the union is broadcast, people still tend not to give a shit and change the channel to American Gladiators. After this event is over, as a clever way to distract the uneducated masses from what was actually said, various pundits raise opinions and witty banter of the Address.

History[edit]

The tradition of the address started with George Washington in 1789. While on a 36-hour long masturbatathon in his house at Mount Veronica, President Washington smoked a small bag of crack and "needed someone to talk to". Thus followed an impromptu address to the United States Congress, where President Washington outlined how "The guv'ment came and took mah baby.".

Since that historic address, each President made an annual statement which outlined the President's bullshit agenda in order to get votes from idiots. This address became an established tradition, allowing the President to drop deuce all over the American people, propagandising them into believing that the American public lives in a "democracy".

A Pre-state of the union speech[edit]

Abraham Lincoln's Notations to the American People was one of the more famous pre-state of the union speeches. On a train ride, Lincoln watched out the window as a Harem flew by on the street. He proceeded to think and foster ideas that culminated into what is below:


In Recent Times[edit]

The Most Recent Address, given by George W. Bush, was cited for its explicit ability to address our current deer to man ratio. It was able to show, not only that Bush is alive, but that if we do not act soon, we will soon be referred to as the United Deers of America.

Other than such wonderful speeches as this, State of the Unions have achieved their original purpose: To dispel rumors that our president is dead...except for J.F.K. that was our bad.

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