It's Almost Official: It's About an Uppity President

September 2011
Moderate Voice;9/2/2011, p2
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The article presents insights from various people regarding administration of U.S. President Barack Obama. American Enterprise Institute resident scholar Norman Ornstein comments on the payroll tax cut required by the Obama administration. Moreover, Democrat of Arizona Representative Raul M. Grijalva mentions that many Republican members do not respect Obama.


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