If you thought last night’s presidential address was severely lacking on the issues that matter most to Americans, you’re right. In fact, an analysis by the National Journal’s Congress Daily showed that the president spent just 10 percent of his 53 minutes on the economy and even less on health care. Meanwhile, our economy is stumbling, more than 47 million Americans don’t have health insurance, and millions more are underinsured.
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