Courtesy of Mediaite:
During Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, President Barack Obama slipped in a well-placed subtle zing against climate deniers by pointing to our nation’s history of facing adversity.
After a rousing section of oratory that briefly touched on the overreach of big banks and the need for small-businesses in the American economy, the President shifted to the role of innovation and science.
The crack at first did not seem to fall on the entire House Chamber, but cameras caught several knowing Democrats — including Elizabeth Warren, Al Franken, and next year’s potential address speaker Bernie Sanders — smirking along at the President’s jab.
Now see THAT is the kind of ninja like pointed remarks that Obama is really good at slipping into his speeches. The only problem is that a whole swath of the electorate is simply not sharp enough to pick up on them.
I call those people Republican voters.
You know the same people who invited this lunatic to sit in the audience during the State of the Union speech.
Let's face it even with her hair stacked that high, the remark went right over her head.
By the way another remark that the President made during his speech was this:
"Our businesses have created jobs every single month since it (Obamacare) became law."
As it turns out that is actually completely true.
Yeah, yet another fact that the conservatives refuse to accept.