Obama reassuring liberal allies, prepping for 'fiscal cliff' talks

Obama reassuring liberal allies, prepping for 'fiscal cliff' talks

Seattle : WA : USA | Nov 13, 2012 at 2:07 PM PST
Source: Los Angeles Times
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President Obama is assuring liberal allies that he will fight for the middle class during upcoming fiscal negotiations with Republicans , and he is urging those supporters not to lay down their weapons just because the election is over. But the White House is also talking about the inevitability of... FULL ARTICLE AT Los Angeles Times
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