| ||Obama noted that he remains quite willing to listen to Republicans who have ideas about getting construction workers or teachers back to work. But, he said, the Republicans are only backing modest measures, such as trade deals and patent reform legislation. This is not enough, he asserted, 'to meet the challenge of 9 percent unemployment.' He added, 'If Congress does something, I can't run against a do-nothing Congress.' (No doubt comments like that make Democratic senators cringe.)
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