President Barack Obama's State of the Union address will be all about helping Democrats win in the November elections, says Neil Munro, White House correspondent for The Daily Caller.
"Obama's State of the Union speech is going to kick off for the 2014 election campaign, and they're trying to mostly keep the Senate from flipping Republican," Munro told "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.
"They've appeared to have given up on winning the House, [but] to win the Senate they're going to talk about supposedly Republican malevolence toward women, about . . . poverty and inequality — income caused by Obama's own policies — and they're going to blame Republicans for not stopping his policies."
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Obama's agenda for the next three years will be "rewriting rules and regulations that shape how you make your living, how you buy your houses, how you choose to educate your kids, and how you manage your local societies," Munro said.
"They want to rewrite as much as they can as fast as they can so that the nice progressives from Yale and Harvard and the Ivy League are in charge of your life.
"They want to win the future, by passing an immigration bill that will bring . . . a huge amnesty, piles of guest workers, so more people become poorer, more people become dependent on the government."
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