By Javier Manjarres
President Obama’s SOTU address has come and gone. Senator Rubio’s response to the SOTU was not as ‘watered-down’ as some were expecting it to be. And Senator Rand Paul did not disappoint the masses with his ‘Tea Party’ SOTU response. While everyone is buzzing about Rubio’s ‘water bottle-gate’ and Republican pundits are picking apart the President’s address, we here at the Shark Tank thought it would be interesting to put together a collage pictures of some familiar faces in the crowd during Obama’s big speech.
Cantor channeling George W. Bush.
“I really miss all of your “breast and the brightest”speeches.”
Pelosi dreaming about her days as Madam Speaker. “Boehner your days are numbered, you big cry baby!”
“With all the water I carry for Barack, give me a break, let me rest a bit”
“Screw you! I am not sleeping.”
“This dude is almost as boring as Mitt Romney was on the campaign trail. I need to send him some P90X love”
“Let me rest, I have to deal with Congressman Issa and his Fast & Furious pals tomorrow”
“I’m getting a little sleepy”
“I can’t believe Michele wore that dress to her husbands SOTU address”
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“This guy is gonna gut the military.
How do you say ‘hello’ in Mandarin Chinese?”
Fixated on Obama’s knowledge, or just plain confused?
“I should have President. Damn you Bush! Its all your fault!”
“What did he just say? Did he just use the term ‘God-given?”
“Please, Please Barack. Save my ass from the Fast & Furious smack down that awaits me”
“I wonder if I should remind Barack that this speech is a Big F*cking Deal?”
Holy Smokes! Santa sighting in D.C.
“How the heck am I going to spin Obama’s anti-Gun mumbo jumbo to my NRA peeps?”
“Please, dear Lord baby Jesus, make it so that the American people don’t notice me wiping my nose behind the President tonight”
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As the managing editor of The Shark Tank, Javier was awarded the 2011 CPAC Blogger of the Year. Countless videos and articles from the Shark Tank have been featured on Fox News, The Hill, Wall Street Journal, and other national news publications. Javier has also appeared on Univision’s “Al Punto” and numerous radio shows, including being the weekly 92.5 Fox News' DayBreak with Drew Steele political contributor