From a report at the link below:
During Barack Obama’s first State of the Union address of his second term, the President claimed that the United States is seeing more economic growth and that as a nation we are “stronger” today than we were before.
Though when President Obama claimed that the state of our union was “stronger,” one could only ask: for whom?
22.7 million Americans are unemployed, underemployed, or have given up looking for work under the Obama administration.
The report also says small businesses as well as large corporations are hesitant to hire new employees because of the ObamaCare mandate that penalizes companies for hiring more than 50 employees. You can’t describe a country that punishes its companies for hiring new employees as “stronger”.
When the media reports the State of the Union speech as completely factual reminds me of a kid I knew in grammar school who’s favorite comment was, “you lie and I’ll swear to it.”
It’s as if the media is using that kid’s comment by saying to the President, “you lie and I’ll swear to it.”
The full report is here.