Obama takes responsibility for voter frustration
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Obama takes responsibility for voter frustration

President Barack Obama says that voters frustrated by the pace of economic recovery led to a Republican takeover of the House in midterm elections, adding, 'As president I take responsibility' for a failure to restore job growth more quickly. (Nov. 3) (The Associated Press)

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