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Topic - Roz Dudden
"What he didn't get done was mainly what the Republicans blocked, like the jobs bill," said Roz Dudden, a retired medical librarian from Denver, referring to the second economic-recovery proposal that the president introduced in September 2011 at a cost of nearly $450 billion.
"Every time he wanted to do something that was progressive or interesting or that helps the American people, the Republicans blocked him with their 'no' votes in Congress."