Another night, another speech 変わり映えのしない一般教書演説
Another night, another speech
The words on the teleprompter were changed for Tuesday night, but when Americans woke up Wednesday morning, nothing else had changed. The announced theme of President Obama’s sixth State of the Union address was “opportunity, action and optimism.”
These presidential speeches are meant to be uplifting, soaring rhetoric to inspire Americans to do their best, to celebrate what it means to be an American. This president gags on celebrating America’s values. He’s determined that his peculiar values will be America’s.