Pomp and circumstance is all show and no substance

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Grego sounds of on inaugurations and State of the Union addresses saying that is all for show, and carries no real substance.

"I'll cut straight to the point, I'm not impressed with the pomp and circumstance and pageantry of the inauguration of a new governor, or the State of the Union address for that matter. It bores me as a total waste of time. I know some people dig it, the kind that still get misty eyed over the days of Camelot, the Kennedys and Jackie Onasis. I hear some of you saying who? Exactly! We've discussed enough politics here to understand that no matter the party, the government operates based more on what's good for government and less and less on the will of the people. So why watch? High and mighty elected officials wearing nice clothes, making big promises who ultimately will screw us all (disclaimer: the past doesn't necessarily predict future results). There's a shortage of politicians who are men and women of virtue. A lot of liars in the ranks these days. I'm just keeping it real, don't want to be a downer, so good luck to the new guys in Austin and Godspeed President Obama, but here's to you and your family and the hope that 2015 is a year of good fortune, health and prosperity.  Because we know, no matter who is in charge, If it's going to be, it's up to me!"