Required Review: State Of The Union Speeches Of BHO

President Barack Obama meets with, from left, National Economic Council Director Gene Sperling, Jason Miller, Special Assistant to the President for Manufacturing Policy, and Senior Policy Advisor Jacob Leibenluft, in the Oval Office, Jan. 11, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

By: Edmund Jenks – West Coast Editior

The following YouTube video posting put together by the NRCC illustrates just how vacuous a leader can be when said leader is in campaign mode 100% of the time. With this third installment of the 44th Presidency’s State Of The Union speech before Congress, it seems clear we are in a whirlpool of hurt until this group of rulers are replaced with people who are serious about leading … leading this country back to prosperity.

As the RNC shows in this clever video, not only did Barack Obama fail to provide a fresh look at fresh issues, he practically read the same speech from the previous two years (2010 & 2011): — If you thought the 2012 State of the Union was very similar to President Obama’s past State of the Union speeches, you were right…


This excerpted and edited from Glenn Beck’s The Blaze –

This Is the One Obama SOTU Clip That Has Beck So Upset
The Blaze: Posted on January 25, 2012 at 10:09am by Jonathon M. Seidl

There have been a lot of clips circulating since the president delivered his State of the Union speech last night. But one clip in particular really set Glenn Beck off Wednesday morning. And it had to do with Obama announcing something he wants to do with executive power.

Here’s what Obama said (according to prepared remarks):

The executive branch also needs to change. Too often, it’s inefficient, outdated and remote. That’s why I’ve asked this Congress to grant me the authority to consolidate the federal bureaucracy so that our Government is leaner, quicker, and more responsive to the needs of the American people.

You can watch it below starting at 50:36:

Beck called it a prime example of “Phillip Dru: Administrator” — a reference to the futuristic novel that shows the rise of a man becoming an American dictator. The author was close to Woodrow Wilson.

According to Beck, this is the clip everyone should be leading their newscasts with considering it shows Obama is trying at a power grab.

“This is so incredibly dangerous,” Beck said on radio. “And it’s so Cass Sunstein.”

“Do not give this man consolidated power!” Beck declared. “How much more power does he need?”
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