Did you watch or listen to the State of the Union last night?  If you did, you probably found it different from previous State of the Union Addresses.  According to ABC.com

In an event once dismissed as a pep rally, President Obama's first State of the Union address to a divided Congress Tuesday night called for bipartisanship to promote jobs, economic growth and innovation.

Obama emphasized bipartisanship and ways he and his fellow Democrats could work with Republicans, including a ban on earmarks and a spending freeze on parts of the budget that he said would save $400 billion over five years.

via State of the Union 2011: Obama Emphasizes Bipartisanship on Jobs, Growth, Sputnik Innovation - ABC News.

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