But while Obama will garner some partisan applause by unilaterally raising the wages of some workers to $10.10 from $7.25, the impact of this measure is as much trickery as is Obama’s belief that he can govern alone bypassing Congress. The president’s frustration at his inability to get his liberal laundry passed by Congress may be understandable. But freelancing from the Oval Office isn’t the answer to divided government. Good-faith negotiations and deal making—practices to which this aloof president has always disdained—are the answer.
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