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Published on Jan 25, 2014
In the Weekly Republican Address, Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri says he'd like to see President Obama embrace real job creation solutions when he delivers his State of the Union address next week -- things such as approving construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline that would generate tens of thousands of new jobs at no cost to taxpayers. Blunt says the President will have a "lot of explaining" to do in his State of the Union speech as to how more government, more spending, more taxes and more debt help out-of-work and poor Americans. "If all he has to offer is more of the same, or if he refuses to acknowledge that his own policies have failed to work -- the President is simply doing what many failed leaders have done before him: trying to set one group of Americans against another group of Americans," Blunt says. "We don't need more class warfare, and we don't need more interference from Washington. No government program can replace what a good job means for the future of a family."