Obama vs. the GOP's audacity of nope

Page, Clarence
February 2009
Caribbean Business;2/5/2009, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p22
The author reflects on the opposition of the Republicans on the economic stimulus package of Democrat U.S. President Barack Obama. He believes that the opposition of the Republicans on Obama's economic stimulus package is part of the political interest of both parties. He also urges the Republicans to upgrade their image through supporting the programs of the government.


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