During his weekend You-Tube/Radio spot, Barack Obama spoke of his new tax plan, which he′ll speak further on during the 2015 State of the Union Address on Tuesday. Of course, there is nothing new about the Obama tax plan. It is just more of the same wealth redistribution he has always been talking about. Tax the rich and successful and expand the welfare state. Joe the Plumber might even call it Socialism! I know I would! Perhaps the most humorously moment was when Obama said that the Middle Class needs to ″feel″ like they are part of an economic recovery. Here′s an idea, let us have a REAL economic recovery and then the Middle Class will actually have more than just a feeling. Needless to say that if this is an indication of what Obama will babble on about on Tuesday night, fewer people will bother listening to his State of the Union Address.

Count me as one who will not waste my time watching Obama. I would rather watch a Galavant marathon. At least the ABC series Galavant has the best love songs ever written. Who can match lyrics like, ″I love you as much as someone like me can.″, or ″Maybe I′m not so bad after all?″ Not exactly Rodgers and Hammerstein, but what is? The show really irritated me the first week it was on, but I think that was mainly due to ABC pairing musical commercials based on the Galavant theme score during the breaks.

Okay, enough of Galavant! Sorry, but compared with Obama, ANYTHING is better! Especially on the subject of another SOTUS address by Obama. Each speech is practical identical and full of lies. Bad enough he′s nothing original to say, but his delivery is just so boring, too. I′m surprised that John Kerry did not give the French president an iPod loaded with Obama SOTUS addresses as part of his ″You′ve Got A Friend″ schtick. That would have been the gift from hell.

So will you watch the State of the Union Address and hear the Barack Obama tax plan? Or will you tune out knowing that it is just more Socialism? Is tax and spend the only idea Democrats have on their minds? Is expanding the welfare state the solution to everything? Or is it high time that the government gets out of the way of the private sector and maybe allow a true economic recovery to happen?