1. Obama’s attack on the Supreme Court in his SOTU address was a stunning example of:
a. Unparalleled arrogance.
b. Egregiously bad judgment.
c. Deplorable lack of respect for the role of the Court.
d. A craven ploy to rouse the masses against the third branch of government.
e. A failed attempt to intimidate.
f. How really bad and/or ineffective his advisors are.
g. A cheap shot at a group that could not respond.
h. A gratuitous serving of red meat to his detractors.
i. Inexcusable behavior by a professor of Constitutional Law.
j. All of the above.
2. An apology by Obama would be:
a. Far too inadequate.
b. Meaningless, as his only regret is getting caught doing something stupid.
c. Impossible because in his mind this was the right thing to do.
d. All of the above.
3. At the end of this part of the SOTU address, Obama kind of trailed off. This was because he:
a. Finally realized how small and petulant he sounds.
b. Finally realized how stupid and hollow his suggestion of legislation sounds.
c. Became distracted by the Justices expressions and mumbling, and finally realized this was a really bad idea.