Thursday, January 28, 2010

Today's Show: Obama's State Of The Union

Last night, President Obama addressed both houses of Congress, Washington and the nation in his first State Of The Union Address. In a speech that lasted one hour and ten minutes, he tackled such topics as the economy, saying the number one priority will be to focus on job creation and pledging that he will work with Congress to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." But there's a lots of debate who he was speaking to on these and other issues and just what the president really plans on doing and whether his policy proposals are workable.

Today's show, we'll go through what the president had to sayI want to hear from you about your support and criticism of the president's address last night and if you feel he will be able to keep the promises he made last night.

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