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In the State of the Union Address Tuesday night, President Barack Obama continued his quest to keep his job in line, and while many — including myself — found the speech a lot better than expected there were plenty of things to look at from his words to see just exactly what will unfold in 2012.

From war to overseas issues to jobs, Obama took on every major subject he could during his 65-minute speech to Congress Tuesday, and the uncomfortable looks of House Speaker John Boehner showed just how bad at acting like a good sport most Repbublicans are. Between shots of John McCain awkwardly smiling after Obama mentioned something about illegal immigrants, to shots of Boehner looking as if he may pass out after the President uttered anything, it was hard to see anyone thinking non-partisanly.

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