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American President, The - Roses in January?
When the president gives Sydney roses after the State of the union speech he says that he got them from his rose garden. The state of the union is in January and no roses would have been in bloom then.
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fred-garvin on 09-19-2000
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acenyc28 writes:
The White House Rose garden is kept full of lush varietals year-round. They did. however, get the variety wrong.
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s_jacobson writes:
Do you suppose the roses came from a flower shop, and the whole "I have a rose garden" comment was just the President being cute, funny or charming?
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Musiklpn writes:
Actually the president can give a "State of the union" address anytime he feels like it . Clinton did them once a month when he was first elected
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Mike writes:
While it is true that state of the union messages can be delivered at any time, it is the custom to give them in January. However, Clinton did not give one a month when he was first president. That is just not true.
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Stephanie writes:
It had to have been in January becuase, they had the christmas party scene in the middle of the movie.
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latte writes:
It may be possible to give a State of the Union address at anytime, but the common on is in January, and the movie clearly says that it is in January.
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