Somehow, The State Of The Union Is Always Really 'Strong'
No matter the country’s condition, presidents tend to describe the Union's state as "strong."By Elizabeth Hagedorn | January 12, 2016
The state of our Union has never been stronger," President George W. Bush said in 2002.
It’s also never been more predictable.
No matter the country’s condition, "strong" (or some variation of it) has become the go-to word for modern presidents delivering their State of the Union addresses.