Obama turns tables on GOP: no compromise on judicial nominations

Grant, David
June 2013
Christian Science Monitor;6/ 4/2013, pN.PAG
President Obama and congressional Democrats are picking fights on student loans and on judicial nominations with their erstwhile GOP tormentors, leaving Washington in the upside-down position of Republicans calling for bipartisan negotiation and Democrats driving the hard lines.


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