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Allahpundit:

The worst part is that, with the economy on the brink of a double-dip and consumer confidence falling off a cliff, this guy’s mind is still so preoccupied with the campaign that he can’t muster a moment of presidential leadership without counterprogramming it against a Republican primary event.

Update 9/1/2011:  Because his September (2009) speech to a Joint Session went so well.

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Obama and the Dems are now desperate. They can see the handwriting on the wall and they will now do everything and anything they can think of (irrespective of its merits) to grab the attention of the public.

Its getting to the point where there is such a chasm between Obama’s rhetoric and his accomplishments that even his most ardent followers realize that he can’t close the gap with speeches and campaign speak.

He now has little time left to deliver, and “deliver” is clearly not his forte.

Obama would need a concurrent joint resolution of both the senate and the house to do the joint address. The Representatives are arriving at 6:30pm that day. Put it on the floor at 7:00 P.M. and allow debate on the resolution.

They should be able to get around to the roll call vote around midnight or so. I don’t know how it would fly, but it would hoist him by his own petard.

Amen chorus singing three octaves above the piano on that one! The worst POTUS in American history decides he wants to disrupt any potential opposition dialogue and his moron press secretary thinks he can deny the timing? My Dachshund has more common sense than Plouffe (political fluffer?!), Axelrod (too Freudian to comment) and Carney!

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