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Moment of Zen - Gary Locke
Season 7 • 01/29/2003
Democrat Gary Locke responds to the president's State of the Union address.
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Different channels' graphics packages for the Iraq War are shown on screen accompanied by terrifying music.
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Senior Washington Correspondent Stephen Colbert learns that if you slow your speech down and punch up the last few words, anything you say will get applause.
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By the end of President George W. Bush's State of the Union address, he had made a case for war with Iraq and an ambitious, some might say fictitious, domestic agenda.
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This year's hot new catchphrase from President George W. Bush's State of the Union was: "He's given no evidence that he has destroyed them."
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Following Bush's speech was the Democratic response, which this year was given by Washington Governor Gary Locke because Wisconsin's Alderman was busy.
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Jon Stewart offers kudos to those who were tangentially related to the topic of the State of the Union speech at that particular moment.
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Jeff Greenfield usually gets paid to talk about the State of the Union address on CNN, but he's going on "The Daily Show" for free.
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During President George W. Bush's State of the Union address, Jeff Greenfield got tired from all the standing ovations.
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Jeff Greenfield believes that President George W. Bush is more like Ronald Reagan than George Bush.
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President George W. Bush's State of the Union speech went against his administration's policies but went right along with speeches he's made in the past.
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Washington Governor Gary Locke delivers the Democrats' response to the president's State of the Union address.
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Ted Turner's leaving to dedicate more time to his nonprofit ventures, but how much more nonprofit can you get than AOL Time Warner?
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Laurence Fishburne talks about his role as the King of Cali in "Biker Boyz" and the return of Morpheus in "The Matrix Reloaded" and "The Matrix Revolutions."
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A helpful acronym for yoga rage sufferers to remember might be I.Y.K.Y.G.B.T.J., which stands for "If you kill, you go back to jail."
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CEO of AOL Steve Case is optimistic about the merger with Time Warner.
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Lewis Black addresses proposed corporate sponsorships for New York City landmarks, the 2012 Olympic bid, and Christo's Central Park installation of 7,500 saffron bed sheets.
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Coming up next week, Rachel Harris investigates what's wrong with today's teens.
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Sea lions are being trained to attack enemy sardines in the Persian Gulf.
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Less teen sex means fewer people with crabs, making it that much easier for sex partners to trace it back to Rachael Harris.
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Sea lions are being trained by the U.S. Navy to attack enemy divers.
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