There is always enormous hype on what is in the State of the Union Address; how it was said and how much it was mentioned. What is often less discussed is what was not said.
We at the Binghamton Political Examiner and M V Consulting, Inc are concerned with the on-going and growing scandal of the consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. Serious questions have arisen due to a lack of consistent and coherent answers about that attack, which affect constituents at various levels. We seek answers on your efforts to help provide constituents with answers
President Obama has gained another term. A term in which he is no longer restrained by the prospect of re-election, allowing him to attempt to live up to the far-left liberal ideals he often stated before 2008.
Indeed there are many words that can be used to describe the end of the 2012 election. For President Obama, none are “Presidential”.
Thus both men will have an attack point that directly stabs at the strength of the other. Both are capable enough to weild the information to their advantage. So the question will be which can seem the most credible and likeable to the public. The wildcard is if VP Biden commits a gaffe, which is quite possible.