President Obama talked about soooo much during his second-to-last State of the Union address on Tuesday night (Jan. 20). Abortion, the rights of the LGBT community, free community college, helping the middle class and all the other (zzzzzz) stuff we already knew he was going to say when the text of the his hour-plus speech was released before he gave it.
But near the end of a speech where he twice vowed to pull out his veto pen (lookin' at you, John Boehner), Obama went off script and pretty much laid out the entire Republican party, who just happen to be the arms-crossed majority in both houses of Congress for the first time in his administration.
"I have no more campaigns to run," Obama said to a smattering of applause that seemed to catch him off guard.
He stayed on script, adding, "My only agenda," but then a smile broke out over his face and he nodded his head and proceeded to drop the mic on the party that failed to beat him at the ballot box twice.
"I know because I won both of them," he said, as House Speaker Boehner licked his lips nervously and tried not to laugh.