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Obama embarking on four more years

January 21, 2013

WASHINGTON (AP) — His second term already under way, President Barack Obama aims to set an optimistic tone when he takes the oath again to lead a divided nation seeking solutions to economic woes......

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promo61

Jan-24-13 10:41 PM

SPEND. TAX. REPEAT.

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BushCrimeFamily

Jan-24-13 1:50 AM

Today's extreme GOP is so afraid of the changing landscape in America that they're scrambling in various swing states to re-draw districts to try to cling to power. It's a sad, desperate party. House Republicans were badly out-voted in 2012, but held on to a majority due to gerrymandering. America is wise to the extreme, failing GOP. America is moving forward, while the GOP is left behind.

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Thoughtful

Jan-23-13 10:32 PM

Check the 10 results and rethink your great leadership, Ms. Pelosi and Mr.Reid, two real gems. Read up on Mr. Reid closely and monitor his his many deals in Nevada. Check the pulse of the average Nevada resident and how they feel about him. Go to Searchlight and talk to those who have seen him operate. the stupid Republican party nominated Sharon Angle the absolute weakest candidate. Every other Republican would have beat him. Take time to truly research him.. There are many Senate Democrats who are so much more qualified to lead the party. He is poorly suited and internally disliked by his Senate partners.

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BushCrimeFamily

Jan-23-13 6:20 PM

Too much Fox "News" and Limbaugh is rotting your brain. Today's GOP is so extreme that they'll be reduced to a small regional party in about 20 years.

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Thoughtful

Jan-23-13 11:03 AM

I encourage Mr. Reid and Ms Pelosi along with Mr Obama to keep promoting their agenda aggressively. speak out loudly, often, and with the normal hostile tone. Be in our faces and over the top in demanding action.

the more the better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

such will guarantee Senate control back to the Republicans in 2014. One only need look at 2010.

I love it when Reid and Pelosi get exposure. They are a great team to rally the opposition. More exposure the better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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BushCrimeFamily

Jan-22-13 8:56 PM

Getting a Republican to put country first is like chasing a pit bull off of a meat truck. It ain't gonna happen.

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Thoughtful

Jan-22-13 5:20 PM

The most important issue is jobs and the economy which will help the unemployed, the underemployed, and those who are struggling. that would do more for those who need help than any other of his liberal, far left, pie in the sky agenda. the last time he stretched gave us the 2010 election result so look out for what you wish for!!! You will be shocked in 14.

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BushCrimeFamily

Jan-22-13 3:58 PM

Sometimes what a president doesn't say is more important than what he does. In my view, the second most significant thing about President Obama's inaugural address (besides his support for equal marriage rights) was that he didn't mention the federal budget deficit.

Reducing the deficit or paying down the national debt have framed the nation's economic goals for years, but they are not and should not be. Providing equal opportunity is a far more meaningful -- and more accurate -- aspiration, as Obama helped us understand. - Robert Reich

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Thoughtful

Jan-22-13 10:12 AM

You must be kidding. please do NOT position this as centralist speech !!!!!!!!!!! Not one word about jobs, budgets, or economy.......... He is a joke...

No one believes it's was middle of the road or reaching out to all of America, no ONE.........

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BushCrimeFamily

Jan-21-13 8:59 PM

The New York Times reports that Obama set out a "progressive agenda" in his inaugural address today, but I didn't hear one. I heard what should be considered centrist. He restated the nation's founding principles of liberty and equality, reminded us that we must do certain things together (schools, roads, basic research), respond to climate change, not trade off the well being of our seniors and our children, and treat gays equally under the law. All absolutely correct. That this should be considered "progressive" is a sad commentary on our times. - Robert Reich

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zip064

Jan-21-13 4:01 PM

Is he blessing his subjects?

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