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AdLib On January - 25 - 2011

PlanetPOV is presenting President Obama’s State of the Union Address streaming live along with a live chat for members to comment in real time with each other about the speech.

You can watch the live streaming video below and comment in the Vox Populi chat widget in the right column or go to our Live Events page to watch the speech and view the full version of the chat box by clicking here: GO TO LIVE EVENTS PAGE.

Click the arrow below during Michele Bachman’s speech when you believe she is not being forthright:


Written by AdLib

My motto is, "It is better to have blogged and lost hours of your day, than never to have blogged at all."

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  1. foodchain says:

    I’m lost on my key board!!

  2. Kalima says:

    Hey, what’s with posting my comments “I DON’T LIKE SPAM “on Chat?

    Sorry I couldn’t join you on Chat, as I said, when I tried to send comment, it showed this above.

    All I said was that I was enjoying it immensely, but would someone be kind enough to put a brown paper bag over Boenher’s head.

    “You lie Paul Ryan!”

    HELP!! Bachmann’s nose just keeps growing right before my eyes. In seconds it might break right out of the screen. Liar! Liar! Pants on fire!

  3. Kalima says:

    CNN just announced that they are covering Bachmann’s speech as well as Ryan’s, if you can bear her on a larger screen that is. I’ve got toilet rolls and soft slippers beside me, ready to hurl at the screen. :)

    See you later.

    Oh please, they are talking about the colour of his tie. :roll:

  4. Khirad says:

    10 Global Issues Obama Won’t Talk About But Should

    Tuesday’s State of the Union will most likely be a domestically focused speech. But if his administration is going to get serious about foreign policy, Obama might want to take a look at FP’s cheat sheet.


    I’ll be listening.

    • Kalima says:

      Forgive me Khirad, but with your countrymen and women suffering the way they are, I doubt that the majority of them are that concerned about his foreign policy initiatives right now except for the war in Afghanistan and the cost in both lives and money, do you?

      • Khirad says:

        Of course not, and that’s kinda the point.

        We’re never concerned about the rest of the world until it bites us in the ass.

        Thus it has always been.

        • Kalima says:

          I’m afraid that’s how it is here in this island nation too, but the younger ones seem to know the names of all famous foreign designers, musicians, gadgets, video games and actors.

  5. Kalima says:

    Thanks for posting the time Adlib, I’ll be watching on CNN, it’s a bigger screen, and it’s not interrupted here until the end when the so-called “experts” all talk at once like hens in a henhouse laying eggs. That’s when I’ll take great pleasure in turning it off.

    I’m looking forward to it, especially after reading the story I linked to this morning concerning the squabbles about the seating arrangement, as if that made any difference to the miserable GOP faces who will be there tonight.

    • AdLib says:

      My pleasure.

      Since I’m boycotting MSNBC, the only immediate analysis I’ll be receiving (and trusting in) will be here at The Planet.

      Wonder if any Repubs are going to yell out this time?

      • Kalima says:

        I’d say let them shout, they know no respect anyway, and they already look hapless with that nincompoop Bachmann giving a speech on the same day. Should be hilarious watching her later. 😆

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