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January 21, 2004

For better or for worse.

Daniel Radosh

"A presidential State of the Union address is always a little bit like a wedding — a stately, yet celebratory occasion that lays out a grand vision for the future." —New York Times, 1/20, p. A21

"Any president delivering a State of the Union address in an election year is a little like a newly minted divorcé — suddenly vulnerable to comparative appraisal." —New York Times, 1/20, p. A20

Maureen Dowd, of course, would have compared it to a gay wedding/divorcé.

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