A December to Remember


Obama hails “most productive” post-Election session, touts “strong bipartisan vote” on START, tax deal, DADT repeal and food safety bill during Wednesday presser.

But: Says failure to pass Dream Act was his “biggest disappointment.”

Plus: Congress faces new battles.

Highlights from Obama’s remarks:

This has been the “season of progress for the American people.”

“We are not doomed to endless gridlocks.”

“We have the capacity to make progress together.”

President hails “strong bipartisan vote” on START that told Americans both parties “stand together” on national security.

Obama praises repeal of DADT, which he calls a “long-standing injustice.”

This has been “the most productive” post-election session in years.

Obama remains “disappointed” about failure to pass DREAM Act, budget.

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