George Condon

National Journal

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Last night, the President told Congress the  State of the Union  is "strong."

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Last night, the President told Congress the State of the Union is "strong."

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President Obama told a joint session of Congress that he inherited an economy in free fall.

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President Obama told a joint session of Congress that he inherited an economy in free fall.

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In his  State of the Union  address last night, President Obama told a joint session of Congress that he inherited an economy in free fall.  He said, "The state of the union is getting…

Campaign Rhetoric and the State of the Union Address

In his State of the Union address last night, President Obama told a joint session of Congress that he inherited an economy in free fall.  He said, "The state of the union is getting…

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