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State of the Union Address: What would you say tonight?

We’ve heard a lot from the critics and politicians about what the President should say tonight. Now, I would like to hear what you would say if you were standing in his shoes. You can post your comments on this blog or send me an email. I’ll post your “State of the Union Address” on the blog.

President Obama looks to get his agenda and his presidency back on track tonight as he delivers his first State of the Union address to a divided Congress and a dissatisfied nation.

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs offers a preview of the President’s address.  Gibbs says the President will offer his own explanation tonight for “why he thinks the American people are angry”. The President will also call for education reform and more money for schools.  He will take responsibility for mistakes in his first year and offer fresh details on how he will create jobs and salvage his health care overhaul.

We’ve heard a lot from the critics and politicians about what the President should say tonight.  Now, I would like to hear what you would say if you were standing in his shoes.  You can post your comments on this blog or send an email to neil.middleton@wymtnews.com   I’ll post your “State of the Union Address” on the blog.  Please keep all posts to 500 words or less.

You can watch the President’s State of the Union Address on WYMT, tonight at 9pm.

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God Bless America!
 
Neil Middleton
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