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Full text of Obama's State of the Union

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Jan 24, 2012, 8:12 pm
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Hope and change????

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Jan 24, 2012, 8:14 pm
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hope and change??

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Jan 25, 2012, 12:15 am
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Well, I like what he said about ways to end the exportation of money and jobs…we’ll see how far that goes.

And, here we go again about “immigration reform”. Once again, how in the world do we know whether or not we need to reform anything if we don’t try using it? Enforce the laws that are there, things will work out just fine. If I get this…why don’t my so-called leaders in Washington? Aren’t they supposed to be smarter than me or something?

While I acknowledge that border crossing are down, almost nothing is being done to kick out the border jumpers that are already here. Using Obama’s logic, he’ll try to catch you in the act of knocking over a liquor store, but if you can get away from the liquor store with the cash before the cops get there then not only are you home-free, but Obama will do everything he can to help you keep the money you robbed. It’s lunacy.

And, didn’t this Obama guy sign off on the bailouts shortly after he took office? Now he doesn’t like them? Huh?

And, I’m glad he mentioned the mission to whack Bin Laden…this is the reason why I will never vote for Obama again, and why I see him as the least “presidential” man to hold the office in history. He doesn’t want the photos released. We all had to watch the Twin Towers fall, but we’re not entitled to see the photos of looooooooooooooong-overdue justice being brought to the scumbag who was responsible for the tragedy. And, why?...because we’re afraid of pissing off al-Queda and their sympathizers with the photos? Are you kidding me? My America plays by America’s rules. My America isn’t afraid of anyone. Obama has no idea what America is about, and when he announced we can’t see the photos, this was one of the most sickening decisions ever made my any president in history. In my mind that’s an impeachable offense. Oh, yeah, and that mission was supported by our tax dollars, but we can’t see the photos???? Obama is so blatantly anti-American, and it is truly depressing that someone like him is in our nation’s top office. Let’s fix this horrible travesty in November.

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