Two Congressmen who represent Central Georgia responded Tuesday night to the President's State of the Union Address with fundamentally different views on how effective the Commander in Chief was.
Republican U.S. Rep. Austin Scott, District 8, said he was disappointed in what he called a lack of specifics.
"We didn't get to hear more about his specific plans to undo the sequester that he signed," Congressman Scott said. "That is going to have such a devastating effect on our military," he added, referring to the string of cuts that would hit the Pentagon's budget March 1, if Congress doesn't intervene.
He also felt President Obama missed an opportunity to heal wounds from the weeks-long fiscal cliff standoff.