Tuesday, February 12, 2013

(Updated with USA Today's Readers' Word Cloud) State of the Union Address Word Cloud: Jobs, America, Years

And People, Like, Congress. (Or Congress, Like, Families.)

Smallest words: manufacturing, growth, rate, states, agree, world.

That's all I can tolerate. From Zero Hedge:

President of the United States who has added more than $1 trillion in new debt every single year says,

"Let me repeat – nothing I’m proposing tonight should increase our deficit by a single dime."


This is what "GS Elevator Gossip" tweeted:

William Banzai at Zero Hedge, "State of the Banana":

Tweet from Onion Politics (spoof network which becomes more real than reality by the day):

And from USA Today, social media users' response to SOTU: Screwed.

(H/T blog reader wren)


Anonymous said...


wren said...

The USA Today had a word cloud of their readers' opinions of the SOTU. The one word that showed up twice as big as any other: screwed.

Anonymous said...

Is that bannana or bananna or bannanna?

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