Although not exactly a State of the Union address, the speech before a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night bore a close resemblance to one.
The president claimed he had the long view in sight when he addressed both houses of Congress, as well as the American people, in Tuesday's State of the Union speech. But much of the work of his final appeal had to do with securing his legacy and boosting his party in the near future.
"What I do know for sure about this year's speech," says "The Daily Show" correspondent Roy Wood Jr., is that "Obama has no more f***s to give!"
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President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address slighted foreign policy in favor of touting domestic progress and proposing new domestic initiatives. But there were some foreign policy highlights worth underlining.
Full text of the speech and video after the jump.
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When President Obama looked us in the eye and said that the U.S. is not engaged in electronic surveillance for economic reasons, he was lying through his teeth.
Though "The Daily Show" was taped before Obama delivered his annual State of the Union address, Stewart found a way to comment on the speech and the commentary to follow without having heard a single word.