10 Things You Will and Will Not Hear in The State of The Union Speech

The pundits are talking about what might be in this evening’s State of the Union speech by President Barack Obama. It might be interesting to think about what will not be in the speech. In fact, there is not a snowball’s chance in hell that any of these will be mentioned.

10 Things You Will Not Hear

  1. The Benghazi debacle, the cover-up or any apology for it
  2. The Solyndra debacle and the $500 million dollars wasted
  3. The IRS scandal, any prosecution or an apology
  4. The “Fast and Furious” fiasco and the death of the border agent
  5. The reasons more people around the world now hate us
  6. Why the Administration upsets our allies and appeases our enemies
  7. Why so many people are out of work
  8. Why stupid regulations are damaging our energy needs
  9. How our children will pay off the massive debt
  10. Why so many high-level military people have been fired

What You Will Hear

  1. Amnesty for millions of illegals
  2. Redistribution of wealth
  3. Victims of a mean society
  4. “War on Women”
  5. Republicans unwilling to be bi-partisan
  6. Photos of victims in the gallery
  7. More plans that won’t work
  8. Extension of unemployment payments
  9. All the wonderful things the Administration did for you
  10. Empty promises

Stay tuned, and have your barf bag close by – you’ll need it.

Dwight L. Schwab Jr. is a moderate conservative who looks at all sides of a story, then speaks his mind. He has written more than 3500 national political and foreign affairs columns. His BS in journalism from the University of Oregon, with minors in political science and American history stands him in good stead for his writing.


Dwight has 30-years in the publishing industry, including ABC/Cap Cities and International Thomson. His first book, “Redistribution of Common Sense – Selective Commentaries on the Obama Administration 2009-2014,” was published in July, 2014. “The Game Changer – America’s Most Stunning Presidential Election in History,” was published in April 2017.


Dwight is a native of Portland, Oregon, and now a resident of the San Francisco Bay Area.