Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) once again presents these handy Bingo cards (see sample above, there are four other versions available) which you may use to check off terms and phrases likely to be used during President Obama's State of the Union address tonight.
ATR also provides a handy key for what the terms and phrases really mean, here's a sample:
Investment – Spending taxpayer money on Obama re-election constituencies such as government employee unions, teachers' guilds, and big-city political machines.
Energy – Something that flows from good intentions, government programs, "stimulus" spending but not pipelines.
Exports – That trade – and only that trade – acceptable to union bosses.
Compromise – Tax hikes.
Sacrifice – Tax hikes.
Bipartisan – Tax hikes.
Fair or Fair Share – Tax hikes.
Balanced – Tax hikes.
Obstructionists – House Republican lawmakers who have actually passed a budget – NOT the Senate Democrats who have refused to pass a budget for 1,000 days.
Wall Street – 1. Where your IRA and 401(k) live. 2. A bauble to distract you from noticing my bailout of Fannie and Freddie.
Jobs – "You want to find work on the Keystone XL pipeline? Tough luck – I've got a campaign to run."