Flyby has it: 13 of the best, worst, and otherwise exceptional notes from the State of the Union.
Best dressed: Michelle Obama
Most heartwarming moment: Gabrielle D. Giffords' and Barack H. Obama's hug
Most visibly unimpressed listeners: Eric I. Cantor and Timothy F. Geithner
Looking most like he just lost a fight: John F. Kerry
Obama's most exceptionalist comment: "Our workers are the most productive on Earth, and if the playing field is level, I promise you—America will always win."
Most cringe-worthy statement: "Each time I look at that flag, I'm reminded that our destiny is stitched together like those fifty stars and those thirteen stripes."
Number of Americans wishing Obama had broken into song: 307,006,550.
Outfit most in sync with the American flag: Obama's red tie on his white shirt
Moment where we saw Obama in his sassiest 2008 incarnation: "...Hillary Clinton, a woman who ran against me for president."
Harvard Studies Cited: 1
Obama's best presidential hardball: "No bailouts, no handouts, no cop-outs."
Republicans' and Democrats' favorite American hero: Steve P. Jobs
Worst news from the Republican response: Mitch Daniels, Governor of Indiana: "We're only a short distance behind Greece, Spain, and other European countries now facing economic catastrophe."