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State of the Union Time Lapse

For many people, this is the best way to watch it.

Anyway, thought this was kind of cool.

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15 Responses to State of the Union Time Lapse

  1. Cute. My plan of being “deep in my cups” was much better, though.
    Being half-loaded meant that all of my insults hurled at the main speaker were slurred and unintelligible in case some passerby walked to close to my front door.
    Wouldn’t want to upset the neighbors who might be Obots, right?

    • I just made a comment. However you mentioned the mood he puts you in. Another reason why I stopped listening to him, is that I was wearing my family out with getting up and running to tell them what was being stated. Did you hear that? Can you believe that? What are we going to do? This is unbelievable?
      (That’s is just a few of the things I would say as I listened to him.

  2. Keith it must be nice to be so intelligent and so funny at other times.
    I promise I will listen to him the next time he speaks. I will start with the mute on and work to volume on.
    I keep up with everthing he says, but there hasn’t been any other Pres. that I feared, and or feared the future of our nation by his actions.

  3. Thank you, Keith. I can now say I watched the 2014 ‘State of the Coup’ address. Amazing how closely Congress resembles an audience of trained clapping seals. No offense to seals intended. No doubt trained clapping seals are more virtuous than this bevy of crooks and cronies.

  4. Would have been more interesting if it had been filmed on the Republican side of the aisle. I wonder if all the standing was just to fluff their pillows.