Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) offered a carrot-and-stick approach to congressional Republicans on Wednesday, vowing to “dance” with his counterparts in bipartisan cooperation but pledging to “fight” them with rules changes if they tried to unilaterally obstruct President Obama’s second term.

“I don’t dance as well as I fight, but I’d much rather do that,” he said.

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