each of us can pursue our individual dreams but still come together as one American family, to ensure that. Said Mulvaney: "While I am concerned about taking no action, it strikes me that international law cannot be upheld via unilateral attack by the United States.". He"d Obama as saying that even if a credible plan could be worked out, it could be difficult to push through the.N. Said Boehner: "Clearly, diplomacy is always a better outcome than military action. Lots and lots of pictures of the family. "And there's a large view we should let that process play out for a little while.". He is making lots of promises, Republicans will be asking if he can keep them and if they're costed to the last dime. Obama, speches in Text, Audio, Video American Rhetoric. And it's the 45th anniversary of the Rev Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech. By contrast, Speaker John Boehner of Ohio and Majority Leader Eric Cantor of Virginia, the top two Republicans in the House, have endorsed Obama's request. President Barack Obama is addressing the nation Tuesday on the ongoing situation in Syria. Given the uncertainty of diplomatic maneuvering, no vote is expected for several days, if then.
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For most of the way, there are no lyrical flights or poetic riffs here. The look is sober and that's important." 2012 As he walks down the 20-yard runway toward the lectern, under the dramatic backdrop of the all-American Rocky Mountain sky, Obama has plenty to contemplate. Yet Obama has yet to directly confront the current president. (Plus - the crowd are chanting USA-USA - usually heard at Republican conventions. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston before traveling to Europe to deliver a speech alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel at Berlins Brandenburg Gate. Not even close." McCain's recent call for new offshore drilling became a wedge issue, with Obama being accused of a flip-flop when he said he supported limited new drilling, after analysts said he had previously opposed any. 2043 The BBC's Justin Webb: "A very interesting choice of word there - on who would make the better Commander-in-Chief, he asked who had the better temperament. And the aim of this speech was not eloquence but strength." 2133, jim Geraghty of The National Review: "Obama was bitter. Dont forget to set those alarms!