By Todd Wineburner
Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger thought the president’s state of the union address was a missed opportunity. Kinzinger says he was hoping for a call to both sides of the aisle to work together to solve the country’s problems, but in a press release, Kinzinger says the president talked too little about future generations, and too much about partisan rhetoric. Kinzinger says the nation’s priorities are clear and they include controlling spending, strengthening private sector growth, and comprehensive tax reform. He also condemned the nuclear test conducted by North Korea recently, and argues that inaction and gridlock in Washington are compromising national security. Kinzinger represents the new Illinois 16th Congressional district. You can read Kinzinger's complete press release at his website, Kinzinger.house.gov.