For his final State of the Union Address, it looks like President Obama’s hoping for a change:
— The Hill (@thehill) December 18, 2015
More from The Hill:
White House officials are pledging that President Obama will deliver a “non-traditional” State of the Union address in January, the last time he will deliver the annual speech as president.The address will still be given in the Capitol before joint session of Congress. But instead of rattling off a laundry list of proposals for lawmakers to consider, a senior White House official said the president will take a “big picture approach to some of the challenges and opportunities that we face” as a country.
Mkay … so what will that entail, exactly? Tweeters are already guessing:
@thehill in writing only??! we can always hope..
— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) December 18, 2015
So Obama's gonna do a "nontraditional" State of the Union this time. I think we all know what that means. pic.twitter.com/lDQRTiycrf
— Jennifer Bendery (@jbendery) December 17, 2015
@samsteinhp One word: mime.
— Trent Rice (@trenterice) December 17, 2015
@samsteinhp It'll be written by George R. R. Martin, will stop partway through and we'll have to wait five years for the rest.
— Laurie Mitchell Dunn (@lmitchdunn) December 17, 2015
@thehill Obama State of the Union to broadcast live from Comedy Central?
— Lincoln's View (@TheHonorableAbe) December 18, 2015
@samsteinhp will he speak from the golf course?
— Sandi (@Longtails53) December 18, 2015
@samsteinhp whole thing in iambic pentameter.
— Tom C (@Zachy224) December 17, 2015
.@samsteinhp what does that even mean? Is he going to deliver it as a haiku? Or with an accent? Maybe with AC/DC playing in the background?
— Jonathan Schmieder (@jonschmieder) December 17, 2015
@samsteinhp like, with hand puppets?
— Dissident Biker (@DissidentBiker) December 18, 2015
@samsteinhp Hamilton-style musical?
— Taylor West (@Taylor_West) December 17, 2015
@samsteinhp interpretive dance? Please?
— Shannyn Moore (@shannynmoore) December 17, 2015
— Sharon Rothrock (@tshare26) December 17, 2015
@samsteinhp please let it be anger translator
— Connie C. Keys (@hotelkeys) December 17, 2015
Maybe he won’t need anger translator. He’ll just lay it all out there for us:
“My fellow Americans, let me be clear: You’ve let me down” https://t.co/iERHidrl4T
— Allahpundit (@allahpundit) December 18, 2015
— Kathleen McKinley (@KatMcKinley) December 18, 2015
Hey, we wouldn’t put it past him.
But honestly, we think we like this idea best:
@samsteinhp It was all a dream?
— TommyRulz (@tbond111) December 17, 2015
Wouldn’t it be nice?