Video |President Obama’s 2014 State of the Union Address



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167 Responses to Video |President Obama’s 2014 State of the Union Address

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  3. Michele Bachmann Wants to Sue Obama Over His State of the Union Speech

    Michelle Bachmann wants to sue Potus

    Rep. Michele Bachmann did not react kindly to President Obama’s insistence that he will act unilaterally on a number of issues, threatening to sue him.

    “If he wants to move forward with this unilateral activity, he better be prepared for the lawsuit that the United States Congress will bring to him,” she said in response to Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday. “He may think he’s king, he may declare he’s a king, but that’s not what he is under the constitution,” Bachmann added.

    Rep. Steve King echoed Bachmann’s comments, noting that Obama has already overstepped the bounds of the executive branch. As an example, several conservatives cited Obama’s 2012 recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board, which are currently under review by the Supreme Court.

    “He knows what he’s saying. He wouldn’t have to remind Congress, ‘I’m going to use all my real executive authority,’ that wouldn’t be in the speech. What he’s saying is, ‘I’m going to use some of your authority.’ So I agree with her that we need to take him to court,” King said.

    In addition to a lawsuit, King proposed bringing a resolution to the floor of the House formally disapproving of Obama’s actions “that lists all of his constitutional violations, or at least the clearest ones—there are very many, I don’t know that if we’d ever get to all,” he said.

    King said he hoped that a lawsuit—which could take a while—as well as the formal resolution would encourage Obama to cease taking executive actions without congressional approval. “If the disapproval of Congress can’t do that, then we have to start looking at other steps,” he said.

    Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., did admit that Obama does have several executive powers that he can exercise without congressional approval. “The problem is, they don’t outlast their presidents,” Cole said. “So if you want to go write on the sand in the beach, that’s great, but the tide will come in.”

    If such a lawsuit went forward, it would not be the first time members of Congress sued the president. Former Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, sued Obama over military operations in Libya, for example. But, thanks to the separation of powers, such suits are often dismissed for lack of standing.


  4. Congressman Michael Grimm threaten to throw reporter off the balcony and break him in half. Such violence! Folks have gone mad!


  5. ALERT! @SenatorBegich said PBO policies are wrong 4 Alaska & doesn’t want him campaigning with him. He’s no Democrat!

    WEAK Dems who has to go. Remember their names. Begich, Hagan, Udall, Manchin. They are no help to the Democrats. VOTE them OUT!


  6. Tim Huelskamp said President Obama & HRC conspired to kill Ambassador Stevens. Let that swirl around in your head. Dude is FRIED! Seriously!


  7. *Howling* I’ma leave these folks alone. They have my sides hurting from laughing.


  8. vitaminlover says:

    I refuse to watch any of the four ridiculous republican responses. Were these people dropped on their heads as children? I know that they will be comical though.


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  10. TyrenM says:

    Mr. President let it be know that stuff will be done this year with or without Congress. I’m with that.


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  13. Yahtc says:

    My husband just said that is the best State of the Union he has EVER heard!!!


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  19. POTUS: “It should be the power of our vote, not the size of our bank account, that drives our democracy.”


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  21. Yahtc says:

    Good, he wants to fix gun laws Enough is enough


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  24. Yahtc says:

    MY RA:


  25. PBO: “It is time to do away with work place policies that belong in a Mad Men episode.”


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  27. Yahtc says:

    Do what you can to raise your employees wages!!!


  28. Computer acting up. I had to reboot. Ugh!


  29. Yahtc says:

    No more stagnant wages!


  30. vitaminlover says:

    They know they had better applaud. Did you see those guys?


  31. Yahtc says:

    No mad man episodes!


  32. Ametia says:

    PBO’s terlling it like it tis and throwing MAJOR SHADE @ CONGRESS CRITTERS.


  33. Yahtc says:

    He inspires!


  34. vitaminlover says:

    Unemployment insurance…LOOK OUT NOW!!!


  35. rikyrah says:

    the tweets are terrific


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  37. Yahtc says:

    Okay, Congress START listening to OUR President and STOP getting all cushy in your seats with lobbyist money in your back pockets!

    You work for the American people….NOT the lobbyists!


  38. vitaminlover says:

    He is competitive and under his leadership if they cooperate we can be so much farther along.


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  40. PBO: “Whenever I can take steps without legislation to expand opportunity for more American families, that’s what I’m going to do.”



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  42. Yahtc says:

    Great man, Great Leader!


  43. vitaminlover says:

    Awwwww….he’s so proud of his wife>


  44. Yahtc says:

    Okay, Congress, you WILL work with our President, or he will just go ahead and help us.


  45. PBO: “When our differences shut down the government…then we are not doing right by the American people”. **looks @SenTedCruz**


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  47. vitaminlover says:

    First lady Micelle really loves him. She is intense about him. I can see it. She is totally committed to him and he to her. I love this. She soooooo encourages him.


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  50. vitaminlover says:

    Cantor can get away from him! FAR away!


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  52. vitaminlover says:

    There’s our guy!!!!


  53. Yahtc says:

    I like Barbara Jordan’s outfit.


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  55. vitaminlover says:

    Wonder what happened to Second Lady Jill Biden’s arm?


  56. Ametia says:

    Have they announced who in the admin is staying behind?


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  59. Ametia says:

    I’m just going to say it. There will never be another POTUS who will ever GENERATE this kind of excitement and energy again in my lifetime.


  60. vitaminlover says:

    I am watching the motorcade leaving on c-span. I love Vice-President Biden!


  61. rikyrah says:

    you all are hilarious!


  62. Ametia says:

    POTUS & FLOTUS Leaving the WH motorcade.


  63. vitaminlover says:

    We are iced and snowed in here in central and southern Alabama so I am very much ready to watch my Beloved President speak. Of course it doesn’t take a winter storm for me to listen to him. I am always listening to him. I know he will slam dunk with this speech. It will probably be historical and cause a major sensation.


  64. Ametia says:

    C-Span ready to show POTUS & FLOTUS leaving the WH.


  65. Ametia says:

    Read excerpts from President Obama’s State of the Union address

    President Obama will deliver his fifth State of the Union address at 9 p.m. Tuesday, and he is expected to focus on ideas to improve the U.S. economy—including a new executive order to raise the minimum wage for workers employed through new federal contracts.

    “What I offer tonight is a set of concrete, practical proposals to speed up growth, strengthen the middle class, and build new ladders of opportunity into the middle class. Some require Congressional action, and I’m eager to work with all of you. But America does not stand still – and neither will I,” Obama will say, according to excerpts released by the White House.

    Watch Obama’s speech live at 9 p.m. ET and follow our live blog for the latest updates.

    Read more at:


  66. Obama vowing to flex presidential powers.

    WASHINGTON — Frustrated by years of partisan gridlock, President Barack Obama is moving to flex his presidential powers during his sixth year in office. He’s starting by using Tuesday night’s State of the Union address to announce executive actions to raise the minimum wage for new federal contracts, help the long-term unemployed find work and expand job-training programs.


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  68. Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear snags Obama invitation to speech

    FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky’s performance with health care sign-ups through its state-run website has earned Gov. Steve Beshear a White House invitation to attend President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech.

    Beshear has been a strong supporter of Obama’s health care law. He will be among the guests sitting with first lady Michelle Obama when the president gives his speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night.

    Beshear says the president’s invitation came in a phone call from a senior Obama adviser.

    “Jane and I are honored to be guests of President and Mrs. Obama at the State of the Union address tonight. We are also excited that Kentucky is being recognized nationally for its success in providing affordable health coverage to every single Kentuckian for the first time in our history,” Beshear said in a release. “With the Affordable Care Act, we are changing the future of Kentucky.”

    The Democratic governor says his invitation puts Kentucky in the spotlight as a national model for implementing the Affordable Care Act.

    The governor’s office said more than 182,000 Kentuckians have enrolled in the kynect program so far. One in every four enrollments is for private insurance, and about a third of all enrollees are under the age of 35.

    Beshear’s wife, Jane, also is invited and will be seated in the gallery.


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  70. Ametia says:

    Looking forward to seeing AntoinetteTuff sitting with FLOTUS tonight.


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    polar votex-44798677


  72. Ametia says:

    SG2, if you’re onm Twitter tonight for the SOTU address, can you post some tweets here, please?

    THANKS! :-)


  73. Ametia says:

    Meet the 16-year-old whiz kid who earned a place of honor at tonight’s State of the Union

    Joey Hudy first shot to fame along with a marshmallow that President Obama fired from a custom cannon that the young inventor, then 14, presented at the 2012 White House Science Fair.

    The Arizona teen will get another turn in the spotlight sitting beside Michelle Obama at the State of the Union speech on Tuesday night, though he won’t be bringing along his signature piece of confectionery artillery.


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    Official SOTU message



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