House Democrats resolved an internal squabble over a $3.5 trillion fiscal 2010 budget plan, clearing the way for final passage of the blueprint tomorrow, to mark President Obama’s 100th day in office.

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The night before the Senate vote on President Obama’s $787 billion stimulus bill, one question echoed through the West Wing:

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The President is off to a good start, but the first 100 days is only a small part of a long task.

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Arianna Huffington ~ In his Grant Park acceptance speech on election night, the newly elected president warned that “the road ahead will be long,” and “our climb will be steep.” But his poll numbers are a vindication of the idea that, with the right leadership, Americans are mature enough to heed those words and not expect immediate results.

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The questions put to Barack Obama at his news conference last night covered nearly every topic but the Craigslist Killer, and if that had come up, Obama probably would have answered it in stride. You ask, he’ll answer — earnestly, disarmingly, enchantingly, even — and most of the time…

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House Democrats resolved an internal squabble over a $3.5 trillion fiscal 2010 budget plan, clearing the way for final passage of the blueprint tomorrow, to mark President Obama’s 100th day in office.

read more | digg story

The night before the Senate vote on President Obama’s $787 billion stimulus bill, one question echoed through the West Wing:

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