Give Us Your Opinion: Did President Obama’s State of the Union Speech Inspire or Concern You?

January 29, 2011

An excerpt from Follow the Money Weekly Radio with Jerry Robinson – 1/29/11

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Transcript

Now its time for this week’s Final Thought segment, where we ask you to speak out on today’s important topics.

Last Week’s Question: Do you think that States should be allowed to file for bankruptcy protection?

100% of you voted that the states should not be allowed to file for Federal bankruptcy protection but many of you had some interesting comments.

Holly from Arizona said: “No, I don’t think that states should be allowed to go bankrupt. I recently attended a “School Choice” presentation and Dick Morris said that all union contracts are null and void if a state declares bankruptcy…we can then re-negotiate with the teacher’s unions, with new and better terms…  We can tell the teacher’s unions that incompetent teachers will be fired, without all of the hoops to jump through.”

Thanks for all of the comments.

This week, I want to know what you thought about President Obama’s State of the Union Address… So this week’s question is this:

This Week’s Question: Did President Obama’s speech comfort and inspire you or did it increase your concerns about our country’s future?

Send your comments to us by email here. (Be sure to include your name and town.)

Or sound-off by leaving a recorded voice message on the FTM Toll Free Message Hotline at 800-609-5530. Press option 3.

(If we like what you to say, we will play your comments on next week’s program. Be sure to speak slowly and begin by telling us your name and town.)

We will report back to you with the results on next week’s program.

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