During his Tuesday radio program, conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh made a few interesting predictions about President Obama's Tuesday night State of the Union address.
Rush, a critic of many members' decisions to ignore the traditionally divided seating arrangement, insisted Tuesday that Washington's atmosphere of fake bipartisanship is "not gonna fly."
"This is not what this election was about," Limbaugh said. "The election in November was not about Republicans and Democrats getting along with each other. This is a myth the media and the Democrats continue to put forth, but it is not what that election was about. This election was about defeating Obama, it was about stopping Obama, it was about stopping the Democrats. It was not about sitting with them and getting along with him," he said.
Additionally, Rush suggested that Democrats and Republicans choosing to sit together during Obama's State of the Union address have one common enemy: the tea party.