WASHINGTON – Florida Republican Congressman David Jolly states that this could be the most irrelevant night in President Obama’s presidential career.
Most the policy requests will be dead on arrival as Obama looks to push global warming and $320 billion in tax increases on the rich. Obama’s goal is to position democrats as the party for the middle class and the GOP as the party for big business.
Rep. Jolly discusses:
Washington Post and ABC News Poll finds the President enjoying a bump in the polls and a approval rating of 50%. That has President Obama is feeling bold and optimistic about his State of the Union speech tonight.
The newly elected GOP House and Senate will surely be smiling through their teeth at the democratic President and they will not be interested in working with him.
Aaron Blake discusses:
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