The nation awaits with baited breath as the president prepares to give yet another speech. Meanwhile, more useful information promises to be offered on NBC, which is carrying the Packers-Saints pre-game show.
The president is famous for making a show of bi-partisan outreach while dismissing conservative ideas on removing governmental cost burdens and regulatory restraints as "the same old ideas that got us where we are". The empty support he offers to the private sector comes from a man who has essentially isolated himself in a sea of Ivy league academics.
The lack of real world experience was never more painfully obvious than after two and a half years of presidential spending paloozas that have exhausted the financial reserves of the planet and buried the nation in debt.
Meanwhile, last year's Super Bowl Champions, the Green Bay Packers, are taking on the New Orleans Saints, the Super Bowl Champion team from 2009.
Predictions from What the...?! are for tonight's speech to be yet another yawner...
... while the Packers edge the Saints in a highly entertaining contest.
Update: September 8th, 11:00 pm.
The Packers edged the Saints 42 - 34, with Aaron Rodgers throwing for three touchdowns and over three hundred yards. Drew Brees was extremely good as well, with over 400 yards passing in an excellent Saints effort, but the Packers were just a tad bit better. The Saints got all the way down to the 1 yard line with time running out when Clay Matthews stopped Mark Ingram short of the goal as time expired. Excellent opening game for the NFL.
And the speech? The president appeared defiantly angry, daring the nation and the republicans to oppose "his plan". And his plan? Same - blow another 457 bil .. bridges, schools and the like, you know, same as last time, except this time...this time.. its gonna work! Kept repeating himself. Pretty much a snoozer.