2010 State of the Union Address

During President Obama's first State of the Union address, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito was seen mouthing the words <a href="http://youtu.be/xzP_s-Ynr0M">"not true"</a> in response to the president's characterization of the Court's "Citizens United" ruling.  The moment received widespread coverage, a reminder that unexpected events in modern day State of the Union speeches can go viral instantly.  <a href="http://youtu.be/L1PWQtCDaYY">Watch the entire 2010 address here.</a>
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( Alex Wong/Getty Images; Bill O'Leary/Getty Images / February 11, 2013 )

During President Obama's first State of the Union address, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito was seen mouthing the words "not true" in response to the president's characterization of the Court's "Citizens United" ruling. The moment received widespread coverage, a reminder that unexpected events in modern day State of the Union speeches can go viral instantly. Watch the entire 2010 address here.

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