Barack Obama's first State of the Union address touched on many subjects in more than an hour of prime time TV. But the principal focus was the economy. President Obama conceded that he made mistakes in his first year in office, but said most of his problems were beyond his control. He promised to create jobs, curtail spending and work for economic recovery in the long term. He still wants comprehensive healthcare reform, and he criticized Democrats as well as Republicans for partisanship on Capitol Hill. Did he rally his base? Reach out to Conservatives? Did he get Independents to lean his way again?
The State of the Union: 'We Don't Quit...I Don't Quit'
Ryan Lizza - New Yorker magazine / Georgetown University - @RyanLizza, Christopher Hayes - MSNBC - @chrislhayes, William Galston - Brookings Institution, Matthew Continetti - Washington Free Beacon, Douglas Brinkley - Rice University - @ProfDBrinkley