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September 13, 2011
For a brief moment, it looked like President Obama had cracked the code of Washington gridlock that has exhausted the public. He created momentum towards results last week by introducing a jobs package that included payroll tax cuts for small businesses that would attract Republicans and spending on construction and public sector employees that would attract Democrats. Republican leaders didn't bash the entire plan outright and instead responded with lukewarm rhetoric about reading the bill.