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President Obama, Republicans, Spar Over Job Creation





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The high U.S. unemployment rate, a resurgent Republican opposition and President Obama's shrinking approval ratings are making Democrats nervous as they face the November elections for Congress and governors. In this climate of unease, Mr. Obama addressed the Democratic National Committee's winter meeting near the White House, and reassured the party faithful that he will continue the fight.

 

The president said Democrats can point to numerous accomplishments in this year's campaign.

He said his administration has calmed a troubled economy, made progress on many domestic issues, and strengthened America's standing in the world. The president says he is not surprised that Americans are angry that the jobless rate remains high, and that this has hurt his approval rating, which stands at about 50 percent. But the president reminded an enthusiastic crowd of Democrats that solving long-entrenched problems is a difficult process.

 

After criticism from Republicans and some Democrats that he was concentrating too much on health care reform and not enough on the economy, Mr. Obama has devoted many of his recent public statements to economic issues. However, the president told the Democrats Saturday he is still committed to overhauling the U.S. health care system, which has been a centerpiece of his domestic agenda.

 

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entrenched: strongly established and not likely to change - often used to show disapproval 根深蒂固的

 

centerpiece: the most important, noticeable, or attractive part of something 中心

 

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The high U.S. unemployment rate, a resurgent Republican opposition and President Obama's shrinking approval ratings are making Democrats nervous as they face the November elections for Congress and governors. In this climate of unease, Mr. Obama addressed the Democratic National Committee's winter meeting near the White House, and reassured the party faithful that he will continue the fight.



The president said Democrats can point to numerous accomplishments in this year's campaign.

He said his administration has calmed a troubled economy, made progress on many domestic issues, and strengthened America's standing in the world. The president says he is not surprised that Americans are angry that the jobless rate remains high, and this has hurt his approval rating, which stands at about 50 percent. But the president reminded an enthusiastic crowd of Democrats that solving long-entrenched problems is a difficult process.



After criticism from Republicans and some Democrats that he was concentrating too much on health care reform and not enough on the economy, Mr. Obama has devoted many of his recent public statements to economic issues. However, the president told the Democrats Saturday he is still committed overhauling the U.S. health care system, which has been a centerpiece of his domestic agenda.

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