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  • What Will Obama Say? Play a Round of SOTU Bingo

    When President Obama stands in front of both chambers of Congress and delivers the annual State of the Union, what he says rarely comes as a surprise. Five years into his presidency, how easy is it to guess what this President will say tonight? Every time he references one of the following, check it off. We bet you get a row of marks and yell “bingo” before the applause.

    SOTU Bingo

    Let me be clear the middle class fairly and equally under the law everyone does their fair share across the aisle
    affordable health care Jason Collins Struggling deficits are falling Minimum wage
    Make no mistake Roll up our sleeves FREE: Joe Biden everyday heroes for the sake of our children
    We can’t rest comprehensive cut taxes technology (Speaker Boehner doesn’t clap)
    (cut to Michelle Obama) the defining challenge of our time we have an obligation kick the can down the road our most vulnerable citizens

    Print your own copy below to play along!

    SOTU Bingo

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