President Obama in the White House

President Barack Obama reviews his speech one last time while waiting in a room at the U.S. Capitol prior to delivering the State of the Union address in the House Chamber in Washington, D.C., Jan. 28, 2014. (Credit: Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Since the President’s State of the Union address Tuesday night, many more than three or four Republicans have released responses to the speech. And since it’s an election year, wouldn’t you like to know where your representatives (and those who wish to become your representatives) stand on the politics and policy of the President Obama?

Standard Excellence has the official responses of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation. Look for more resources on where your representatives stand throughout the year and as the elections approach.

Rep. Tom Cole Response to 2014 State Of The Union Address

Rep. James Lankford Statement on State of the Union Address

Congressman Jim Bridenstine has no official response as yet. He did, however, respond during the speech online.

He criticized President Obama’s foreign policy, citing Al Qaeda’s presence in Iraq, and the horrible attack in Benghazi, Syria and the response that followed.

 

Congressman Markwayne Mullin Comments on State of the Union Address

Frank Lucas Reacts to President’s State of the Union Address

Sen. Tom Coburn has not released a response yet either, but here is an interview from the morning of the President’s address. He discusses losing his oncologist on his insurance plan due to the Affordable Care Act, and leadership in Washington.

Senator Inhofe Responds to State of the Union Address

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