I’ve now read so many pieces on how State of the Union addresses are forgettable…that I’ve forgotten them all. But now the President offers–in the White House’ words–an "ambitious agenda, driven by bold and innovative concepts." You can find the highlights elsewhere on our site: He’s talking about health care, and immigration, and–the place where he’s apparently hoping for the biggest splash, energy. Reducing gasoline consumption 20 percent in ten years. "Twenty in Ten" is the catchphrase. But as Susan Donaldson James of our staff writes, "Heavy on Americans’ minds are three other key issues — Iraq, Iraq and Iraq." (The piece is HERE.) So I’d like to throw the floor open. Do you think this is a speech that will change our lives in a year? Or ten years? Or next week? Please click below.