Monday, in a Washington Post preview to the State of the Union, reporter Michael Abramowitz writes:
That is the dilemma Bush faces as he prepares to deliver his seventh and probably final State of the Union address tonight.
I don't know about you but the phrase "probably final State of the Union," bothers me. Under what circumstances would Monday's address, not be the final one for Bush? If he declares martial law and cancels elections in November, using his buddy Pervez Musharef's strategy? If he leads a coup against whoever wins the November election? If he forthrightly admits his disdain for the Constitution and declares himself king? If, somehow, whoever is rightfully elected, is not able to serve?
Come on. This was his final State of the Union, right Mike? Right? Tell me it was a typo, please?