The ‘most important’ speech given last night

Glenn Beck

…“Was anybody else frustrated by the GOP response,” Glenn asked on radio this morning. “Then you have Mike Lee, who gave the response for the Tea Party Express… between him and Rand Paul, those were the best… I watched the opening [few] minutes of each, and I will tell you that those eight minutes were more powerful, more truthful, and more plain spoken than anything the President has said for about three months and more than anything that the press has said… It will connect with you because it’s common sense, common values, and common courtesy.”…

…“I want you to really listen to this, America, because this addresses you… He is not talking to the political elites. He is not talking to the party. He is not talking to anybody but the average American, who he recognizes is tired, is burned out, is discouraged,” Glenn said. “This is, I think, probably the most important political speech I have heard in a very long time from anyone in Washington because he’s speaking directly to you.”…


The entire article, with additional video, is at



Related:  Congressman Darrell Issa made a very brief video with his response to the President’s speech last night.




Obama Refers To Himself 74 Times During State of The Union…




SOTU: Small balls and a wounded warrior gets stabbed in the back, by Allen West.

Last night’s State of the Union (SOTU) address showed a small man talking about small ball issues in order to promote a political agenda. And a wounded warrior with ten combat deployments was trotted out to make political points, even as he was being stabbed in the back by the very politicians applauding him…




NBC News Senior Political Editor Compares Wounded War Hero’s Story To Obama’s…

 …On one side, Sgt. Cory Remsburg’s 10 tours of duty and being severely wounded in an IED attack. On the other, a man who has never worked a day in his life unless you count endless campaigning…




Video: Fmr. Presidential Speechwriter: Obama Plagiarized Bush’s 2007 SOTU

“Barack Obama has gone from blaming George W. Bush to plagiarizing George W. Bush.”




Heartland Institute Experts React to Obama’s State of the Union Address

…you can read the reaction of staff, fellows, and policy advisors at The Heartland Institute to President Obama’s State of the Union Address…



Video: White House Still Pays Women Less Than Men As Obama Demands Equal Pay For Equal Work

…A woman deserves equal pay for equal work.” However, as the president made his demand, women who work at the White House continue to make less money than their male counter-parts.  According to the D.C. based American Enterprise Institute, female White House staffers are paid less than 87 cents for every dollar paid to men who work at the White House. This is a significant gender wage gap of more than 13 percent AEI notes.

This wage gap at the White House is not new…



There’s a gender wage gap stopping waitresses from making the same as commercial airline pilots

…I know of a business where the chauvinism and woman-hating runs so deep and is so ingrained in their culture, that women at this establishment make 13 percent less than their male counterparts. I know of a particular bastion of male domination where the women on staff would have to work an extra 8 weeks a year just to earn the same as their male coworkers. This place is called “the White House.”

Women make 13 percent less than men at the White House. Obama, as usual, wishes to remove the perceived dust from the eyes of each private citizen, even while he has a gigantic shard of driftwood lodged directly into his own. Indeed, by his own logic, women make less than men at the White House because, and only because, of “inequality” and “discrimination.”

Or could it be — might we at least consider the possibility — that Obama’s female employees make less than his male employees because they’re doing different jobs? Could it be that the men in the White House tend to take on jobs that are more demanding and more stressful, and therefore earn paychecks which reflect the added pressure and difficulty of the positions they hold? It is either that, or Obama is a sexist. You must choose between these two explanations.

As much as I delight in the opportunity to call Obama names, I don’t think “sexist” fits the bill. Instead, at the risk of repeating myself, I’m forced to stick with calling him a liar.

The “gender wage gap” is a myth.

It is propaganda….



Update: Senator Tim Scott recorded a brief response to the State of the Union address.



Update 2:   Here is a transcript of Senator Lee’s remarks.



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