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President, Congress Gear Up For Two More Years A Lot Like The Last Four

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Last night, President Obama asked 535 people to understand that “a better politics isn’t one where Democrats abandon their agenda or Republicans simply embrace mine.” Well, the 300 of them that identify as the latter have a somewhat different understanding of a better politics, as their not one, not two, but five State of the Union responses amply demonstrate.

Congressional Republicans rejected the central economic proposals underpinning President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday night, saying they want to advance their own solutions aimed at spurring economic growth for all income groups.

Republicans Reject Obama’s Main Economic Proposals [WSJ]


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