Obama's State of the Union address

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    In response to ComingLiberalCrackup's comment:

    Marco Rubio could deliver the greatest speech since Churchill rallied the British, and he will be panned by the Globe and the rest of the Obama compliant media...



    Delusions of grandeur.

    Reminds me of your crack predictions for the election.  Keep 'em coming...!

     
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    I think job creation should be the main topic. I wish Obama would lay out a plan for creating a more business friendly environment to help businesses expand,

    I would like to see him address regulation and hold a seperate forum with business leaders from different sectors including small busineses to examine regulation and how small and large businesses can work with the govt to achieve common goals (productivity, emission controls, workplace safety, market shares etc) to find common solutions to end the GOVT vs BIG BUSINESS environment our country is feeling right now that is not condusive to job creation.

     

     

     
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    99.9% chance the sun will rise, but a 100% chance the Globe will praise Obama's speech and pan Rubio's speech ...



    Then you'll love how another pundit described Rubio:

    The WEsley Clark of 2013...only with fewer accomplishments.

     

     

     
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    I will likely not be watching tomorrow night due to a previous commitment..but like some of the other posters here I would like to hear more about simplifying the tax code and making it more fair and equitable.  Of course..in general..I would like less talk and more action so I doubt there's anything Obama will say tomorrow that would give me pause.

     
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    state of the union......dismal, declining at an exponential rate, our best days are behind us...

     
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    Re: Obama's State of the Union address

    In response to NO MO O's comment:

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

     

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    Moderator.... that's violent and abusive language.

     

     


    Like most conservatives, you can dish it out but can't take it.  What a pu&&y.

     

     




    The "P" word is allowed. Other policical opinions are not.

     

    Fair and balanced comrade Matty




    Really..how old are you..? 13? I hope so..because it would be sad to think you were actually an adult...and one who votes.

     
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    Predicictions?

    Obama is likely to talk in grand platitudes about creating jobs. 

    He will blame the 1% for not doing more for creating jobs.

    He will claim Obamacare is creating jobs.

    He will, probably obliquely, claim that raising taxes will create more jobs.

    He will also throw down the gauntlet, i.e. blame the republicans on jobs, gun control, raising taxes, several times, wiht no intention of standing by his word.  (BTW, Bohner will once again play charile brown to obama's lucy on taxes,er, "revenue").

    So, all in all, look for a pattern of "blame and claim".

     
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    In response to WhichOnesPink2's comment:

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    Are you the one that removes posts to suit the Globes socialist agenda ?

     

     




     

    Isn't it time we stopped with the "Socialist" canard? The right has an unhealthy fixation with the dreaded threat of socialism every time their philosophy is challenged. Use a pacifier if you must, but please stop with this infantile reference.

     



    I agree it's an infatile reference. Just as infantile as referring to conservatives as bigots/racists.

     



    The "socialist" accusation is pretty much empty rhetoric: just about any government program impacting society can be described as "socialist". Actual social control of the means of production?  Not so much... 

    On the other hand, although often overused, the "bigot/racist" accusation has more substance to it when applied to the right. The "traditional values" of certain conservatives can include homophobia, sexism and racism.  

     
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    Re: Obama's State of the Union address

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    Are you the one that removes posts to suit the Globes socialist agenda ?

     

     




     

    Isn't it time we stopped with the "Socialist" canard? The right has an unhealthy fixation with the dreaded threat of socialism every time their philosophy is challenged. Use a pacifier if you must, but please stop with this infantile reference.

     



    I agree it's an infatile reference. Just as infantile as referring to conservatives as bigots/racists.

     

     



    The "socialist" accusation is pretty much empty rhetoric: just about any government program impacting society can be described as "socialist". Actual social control of the means of production?  Not so much... 

     

    On the other hand, although often overused, the "bigot/racist" accusation has more substance to it when applied to the right. The "traditional values" of certain conservatives can include homophobia, sexism and racism.  

     



    Yes, but when used as a sweeping generalization, which it is very often, that is just plain wrong.

     



    Yup.  Sweeping generalizations belong to the fringes.  Unfortunately they do a lot of talking.

     
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    Re: Obama's State of the Union address

    In response to NO MO O's comment:

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    Are you the one that removes posts to suit the Globes socialist agenda ?

     

     




     

    Isn't it time we stopped with the "Socialist" canard? The right has an unhealthy fixation with the dreaded threat of socialism every time their philosophy is challenged. Use a pacifier if you must, but please stop with this infantile reference.

     



    I agree it's an infatile reference. Just as infantile as referring to conservatives as bigots/racists.

     

     



    The "socialist" accusation is pretty much empty rhetoric: just about any government program impacting society can be described as "socialist". Actual social control of the means of production?  Not so much... 

     

    On the other hand, although often overused, the "bigot/racist" accusation has more substance to it when applied to the right. The "traditional values" of certain conservatives can include homophobia, sexism and racism.  

     




    I got YOUR message Rubie.

     

    Lets ban "socialist" from the vocab when used toward the leftist pinko commies in power.

    WHILE promoting "bigot/racist" against the conservatives.

    You're a real peach !



    You are pretty much proving my point.  Empty rhetoric from an empty head.  

     

     
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