Tomorrow night, President Bush will deliver his State of the Union speech after last week announcing an increase in the presence of troops in Iraq. With the war and many other issues on the minds of American voters, President Bush must deliver a strong message on how the Administration plans to keep our country strong.
This speech and the final two years of the Bush presidency are crucial for the future of the Republican Party. American voters must be given a reason as to why the GOP should be given another opportunity in the White House and to recover seats that were lost in Congress in November.
To accomplish this goal, President Bush needs to focus his speech on the principles that the Republican Party and all in our nation can rally around-- lower taxes, a stronger economy, and limiting government interference in our personal lives.