January 13, 2011


Udall Wants Seating Changed for State of the Union

Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) is proposing that members of both political parties sit next to each other at this year's State of the Union address instead of the normal seating which is divided along party lines, CNN reports.

Said Udall: "As the nation watches, Democrats and Republicans should reflect the interspersed character of America itself. Perhaps, by sitting with each other for one night, we will begin to rekindle that common spark that brought us here from 50 different states and widely diverging backgrounds to serve the public good."










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