Obama's economic message emphasizes 'opportunity,' downplays politically charged 'inequality'

  • Article by: JIM KUHNHENN , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 24, 2014 - 5:42 PM

WASHINGTON — Income inequality is out, "ladders of opportunity" is in.

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firefight41Jan. 24, 14 7:13 PM

Obama so loved the poor that he created millions more.

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mnavariceJan. 24, 14 8:13 PM

Starting to get it right...

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wigglwagonJan. 25, 14 7:39 AM

The state of the union is great and the future looks even better. Mr. Obama has almost completed a BI-PARTISAN TRADE DEAL to ship even more factories and a few million more jobs to Asia. The people who call the GOP obstructionists are just plain wrong. The GOP is vigorously working with Democrats to drive wages lower and lower for American workers. That will improve the bottom line and the price of stock for quite a few companies. On top of that, They hope to get a bi-partisan deal worked out to add 40 or 50 million immigrant workers to the workforce. If that can be that worked out, this will be one of the more bi-partisan administrations of recent times. Three cheers for BI-PARTISANSHIP.

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