The State Of The Union, Middle Class Economics And Congressional Fodder

This week, President Barack Obama delivered his sixth State Of The Union Address before a joint session of Congress now completely controlled by his opposition.

In that speech, the most newsworthy moment came when the President urged a focus on what he called "middle-class economics." The quick, hot take was that by doing so, Obama was opening a new round of combat with Republicans.

Finally, once the pageantry of the State Of The Union had faded, Congress returned to their typical State Of Disarray.
 

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