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What were the ten recommendations given by Obama to improve the economy, education, and immigration in the US?

I kind of missed them, can anyone expain?

Asked By: LithAlex - 1/26/2011
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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110126/ap_on_re_us/us_state_of_union_text_5 Here is the full text of the speech, if you can read... More
Answered By: mommanuke - 1/26/2011
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They were carved in stone, but those tablets broke after he tripped over Joe Wilson's deliberately extended leg while leaving the Capitol
Answered By: Astro Smurf - 1/26/2011
 
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/State_of_the_Union/state-of-the-union-2011-full-transcript/story?id=12759395
Answered By: Get a Job con - 1/26/2011
 
Zero, zip, nada... More
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Answered By: Radical Common Sense - 1/26/2011
 
He plans to solve all three with the DREAM act. Argg!
Answered By: Atheist Chuck - 1/26/2011
 
I fell asleep, but it probably spend, spend, and then spend.
Answered By: passive aggressive - 1/26/2011
 
SPEND times 10
Answered By: Mike M NUMBER 5 - 1/26/2011
 
Trust me, there is not much to miss.
Answered By: Living Life and Loving Life - 1/26/2011
 
Spend more money... More
Answered By: Disco Stu - 1/26/2011
 
Like all con men, Obama's promises are flowery but deliberately vague. Anyone who votes for Obama again is really naive and not paying attention to the damage that Obama has done to the U.S. and its citizens. Obama is the typical tax and spend liberal, just like Carter. Carter also destroyed the economy.
Answered By: John - 1/26/2011
 
They were 1. Tax 2. Spend 3. Entitle 4. Tax 5. Tax 6. Spend 7. Spend 8. Invest 9. Close Loopholes 10. Amnesty.
Answered By: Phoenix Quill - 1/26/2011
 
He said voters fired Democrats so Republicans would do what Democrats want, took credit for policies he fought against and acknowledged growth is CAUSED by these policies he's always fought to prevent. He went on to pledge on ongoing war against them WHILE praising their results.
Answered By: Peace through blinding force - 1/26/2011
 
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