With the State of the Union only hours away, Neal Boortz shares his thoughts:
“It’s not really a State of the Union, it’s not really a speech about how our country is doing, it is a speech about getting out the vote for Democrat candidates in this year’s mid-term elections.”
“Almost one half of Americans get a check from the government every month … the number one concern of a huge number of American voters is how they can get their hands on somebody else’s money.”
Meanwhile, as about “6/10 Americans say they are pessimistic, worried, uncertain, and wondering” and others think that “divided” and “troubled” describe that current state of affairs.
In spite of all of that, we can expect the opposite message, one of optimism, to be delivered tonight.