Obama needs to stand his ground

September 2013
Moderate Voice;9/20/2013, p4
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The article presents the author's views on U.S. Republicans in the House and President Barack Obama. The author said that Republicans are like a bunch of 3-year-old children playing with matches and thus Obama has to be the disciplinarian. According to the author, Obamacare is an imperfect law but it could be made better with constructive tinkering.


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