Wednesday, January 27, 2010

State of the Union: Watch, Discuss, Engage

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State of the Union: Watch, Discuss, Engage
Posted by Jesse Lee on January 27, 2010 at 02:35 PM EST
Tonight at 9:00PM EDT, the President will give his first State of the Union Address. He will talk directly to the American people about restoring security for middle class families after a lost decade of declining wages, eroding retirement security and escalating health care and tuition costs.

Immediately afterwards, we will hold a live video discussion with top policy officials working on the domestic policy, jobs and the economy in particular, and foreign policy.

•Watch it all live at
•Join the discussion during the address, and the chat afterwards through Facebook
Also, as we announced earlier this week, we are partnering with YouTube, who will be soliciting questions for the President in the days following the speech - submit your own or vote on others'. The President will then answer some of those questions in a unique live event next week.

1 comment:

  1. It might have been a special State of the Union Address if President Obama had talked about how he was putting massive amounts of American citizens back to work by rebuilding our outdated railroad system, thereby significantly reducing our dependence on oil while at the same time easing our carbon footprint on earth.

    While more details will be presented tomorrow and it was briefly mentioned in his speech tonight, we'll only receive 8 billion dollars to help with America's rail transportation needs. I'm hoping that more money is spent to build mass transit so we can get people out of their cars and onto trains and less money is spent repairing the rusty rails used to move goods from town to town.

    In my grandmother's day they had the "W.P.A.," or Works Progress Administration, that my family jokingly called, "Whistle, Pee, and Argue." Regardless of what they would call it today we may need such a resource now to put America's back to work laying new tracks for our future INSTEAD OF BUILDING HOUSES that no one can afford, and that's no joke.