State of the Union Address Recap
I attended last night’s State of the Union Address and want to give a special thanks to Rep. Louie Gohmert for the invitation to join as his guest. This morning I also met with lawmakers in DC, and tonight on Fox I'll host a focus group of elected officials.
Obama's State of the Union address seems to have been met with a resounding thud (unless you are member of the elite liberal media). It was riddled with the expected falsehoods, liberal platitudes and regurgitated ideas we've heard for years. If Obama was hoping to rebound, sure up his image and get America inspired again, I don't think he managed to do so. The most inspiring part of the speech came near the end when he spoke of one of America's heroes, Sgt. 1st Class Cory Remsburg. He received, by far, the longest round of applause and deservedly so. America needs more heroes like Cory; they are deserving of our respect and our support. Here's a news round-up of information related to the State of the Union…
Dupree’s 5 Notes from the SOTU
Washington Insider Jamie Dupree joined Sean in the show’s second hour to share his opinion on last night’s State of the Union Address. Dupree “pulled back the curtain” on some of the other happenings in the hallways of the U.S. Capitol, before, during and after the speech.
Dupree gave the award for the earliest delivery of a press release with embargoed remarks responding to the President's State of Union Address goes to Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX), which arrived in his email inbox at 5:48 pm, over three hours before the Obama speech even began. According to Dupree, not only did the office of Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) send out the earliest press release for reaction to the State of the Union Address, but the Texas Republican was also the first member to leave the House chamber to go do TV interviews down the hall, emerging at 9:57 pm. To read more of Dupree’s 5 Notes from the SOTU, click here.