Candidates run for president -- and the President lays out his priorities -- as though they can unilaterally enact policy. But more often than not, that impertinent body called Congress stands in the way of presidents' mighty promises. (Noting the promises of some of the presidential candidates, this may be a blessing not-thinly disguised.) The American Prospect Online decided to examine where the likely agreement is between this president and Congress. The laboratory? The State of the Union address.