In his weekly address, the president outlined why lawmakers should come to a consensus on a budget that tackles the nation’s deficits, reform the "broken" immigration system and pass a new farm bill.
“We won’t suddenly agree on everything now that the cloud of crisis has passed,” he said in the recorded statement, days after the government reopened its doors. “But we shouldn’t hold back on places where we do agree, just because we don’t think it’s good politics, or just because the extremes in our parties don’t like compromise.”
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Saturday, October 19, 2013
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