The Students’ State of the Union
Several journalism students at Metropolitan State College of Denver were asked to weigh in on the following: What topic that should be raised will be left out of the President’s State of the Union address? Here are their responses:
I think President Bush will either avoid the topic of New Orleans completely, or he will try to hold up the so-called successes there as a beacon of his administration’s domestic achievements and its willingness to move boldly and progressively into the future. In reality New Orleans is a beacon of his administration’s failures and the reality of decades of failed social and economic policies perpetrated by both sides of the aisle. The current situation in New Orleans
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