How many play-by-plays did we really need of the State of the Union on Twitter? My goodness. Everybody and their brother seemed to be tweeting line after line and reax after reax.
My favorites were not the ordinary.
Among them, this gem from Vanity Fair:"BREAKING: Hillary Clinton's headband sparkles; is fabulous."
And The New Yorker had this one:"John Boehner looks like he's sitting in the Sands lounge in Vegas at 2 in the morning."
Getting down to biz:
If you didn't follow the State of the Union point-by-point, we have your cheat sheet
It sounded like a list of things President Obama wants done for the future, and what his campaign themes will be.
But it's those little unplanned off-camera reax that may have said just as much from the lawmakers sitting before him.
Tune in for that.
Also:The president focused a lot on taxes
–who should pay more and why.
He sent a message to Congress by telling them he’d sign a certain bill if they sent it his way.
And in many ways he sounded defiant regarding what he feels Congress hasn't gotten done.
-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords
was an emotional part of last night’s address.You'll see the reaction to her appearance
, as the congressman sitting next to her is getting some attention today.
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1 woman turned to song to help cling to her baby!!
This morning... a tornado watch for parts of Texas. Bob
's got that.
-–A big change is coming
in the way the Fed works things. For the first time, today it’s going to give us blatant word about what it sees coming, instead of having analysts have to read into their decisions.
In 140 characters or less...
One former baseball player is trying to get back on the field via tweets.
-–Spell check anyone?
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See you soon.