Congressman Long Shares Views on State of the Union Address

Posted on January 16, 2016 10:02 am CST

Hometown Daily News 

By: Tim Church

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Tuesday night, President Barack Obama presented his final State of the Union address to the American people.

The address, in which Obama promised to be “non-traditional,” had American’s everywhere curious to learn the topics of his last address.

Among those taking in the address in person was 7th District of Missouri Congressman Billy Long, who joined Scott McCaulley on At Your Service on KRZK to extend his thoughts on the Presidents speech.

Long says he was amazed in the amount of time that it took for the President to get around to discussing ISIS: 

While Obama spoke and discussed a range of topics, Long says there was one in particular that stood out to him: 

Long says he also felt the President’s address was more of a campaign speech designed to help Hilary Clinton’s bid for President and a chance to take a few swings at Donald Trump and Marco Rubio.






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