Some say Obama will reiterate his Oswatomie speech. Will ANY of the biased media ask him if he feels speaking about Oswatomie actually connects to the Weather Underground and Bill Ayers? The Oswatomie was the Weather Underground publication.
The Osawatomie Coincidence? Will The MSM’s Make a Connection? The Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn Connection: Oswatomie = Weather Underground Publication
Will Obama use kinetic anchoring and swishing in his speech?
Read this and then if you watch the State of the Union speech; correlate WHERE his hand is located when he talks about the good (arm raised to shoulder) to bad (arm near center of chest).
Is Obama nothing but a PUPPET for the Soros/Hillary Clinton Center for American Progress?
LOOK at the main page of Center for American Progress on January 23rd, the day BEFORE Obama’s SOTU speech:
The Inequality Problem
Why the Middle Class Matters
Will any of the above “talking points” be included in Obama’s speech?
Obama signals State of Union a campaign rallying call
By Alister Bull
WASHINGTON | Sat Jan 21, 2012
(Reuters) – President Barack Obama, offering a glimpse of next week’s State of the Union address, made clear on Saturday that he will deliver a starkly partisan election-year call for a “return to American values” of economic fairness.
“I’m going to lay out a blueprint for an American economy that’s built to last,” Obama said in a campaign video sent to supporters. “And most importantly, a return to American values of fairness for all, and responsibility from all.”
A reference to values is usually political code for social and religious issues, a rallying cry for conservative Republicans who want to deny the Democratic president a second White House term in November.
But Obama, who delivers his annual State of the Union address to Congress on Tuesday night, is running for re-election on his claim of being a champion for the middle class, while trying to paint Republicans as the party for the rich.
“We can go in two directions. One is towards less opportunity and less fairness. Or we can fight for where I think we need to go: building an economy that works for everyone, not just a wealthy few,” Obama said.
He is expected to use the speech to repeat calls for higher taxes on the wealthy, tax breaks to bring American manufacturing jobs home, steps to aid the housing market, and another nudge to China on currency flexibility to aid U.S. exports.