"I want to speak to you all today on gun control."
The 2013 graduates at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, listened in amazement as his commencement address was nothing more than his views on gun control.
Then he added, "It's you guys fault also that they have all those guns in Mexico, yes, you and you and you," as he gestured around the giant horseshoe shaped stadium, pointing to various graduates.
"And, another thing," he went on, "that Benghazi thing, it's over, do you hear me, it's history, finished, done, so don't any of you graduates bring it up again."
"As you leave this hallowed institution of learning, and football, and more recently some basketball, also the ladies and their basketball and don't forget softball, and a special thanks to Donnie Darrm the golf coach who gave me some pointers and has arranged for me to play The Ohio State University Golf Course after we get done here, ha, I forgot what I was going to say, anyway, take with you these thoughts, gun control and healthcare."
"I would be remiss also, if I did not thank Dr. Gee, the president of this great Midwestern institution from whom I have learned a great deal, primarily, excessive spending, thank you, Doctor Gee, and thank you all, don't want to miss my tee time."