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Topic - Jeff Clubb
Arguing doggedly against returning Republicans to power, President Obama told Iowa voters Wednesday that the GOP has been dishonest about what needs to be done to revive the economy and restore middle-class dreams.
Despite the mostly friendly questions at President Obama's recent backyard chats with voters, a nagging skepticism has emerged from participants anxious about the direction of the country and the president's inability to make good on his promise to change the tenor and tone of Washington.