At the first link below Jonah Goldberg says he is trying to forget the speech already.
I’ll leave it to others to fact-check the thing. There were more than a few statements that struck me as the sort of thing that wouldn’t bear up well under close scrutiny, particularly on Iran’s nuclear program, women’s pay and on domestic energy, but I’m too tired to do the scrutinizing now.
Barack Obama is shown above making various State of the Union speeches.
Back to Jonah Goldberg’s comments:
My general impression was this was a remarkably boring speech, intellectually and rhetorically.
Not every idea was terrible. But no idea was particularly exciting, or all that significant.
And what about ObamaCare?
The president devoted less than 7 percent of his State of the Union address, just 462 words in a speech that was 6,778 words long, to an anecdotal and weak defense of his signature legislative achievement ObamaCare.