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President Barack Obama spoke about many issues during his State of the Union address, and all of them are very important.

Congress and the president need to work  together on all of the matters, ranging from balancing the budget to ending the recession, reducing unemployment and improving education, gun control, immigration reform and foreign policy.

As he said, everyone does not agree on everything, but that there must be a compromise from all sides to make things improve and work better. The American people expect that their government will work for them and that those who were elected, the Congress and the President, will do precisely that.

Our nation is the greatest in the world, despite all of its difficulties, and we will eventually climb out of this tough economic recession. Let us never forget that.

 

John Amato,

Fresh Meadows

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