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From Congress to Obama, a dis best served cold

From Congress to Obama, a dis best served cold

"Congress' overwhelming rebuke of President Barack Obama on a bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia -- and the bitter finger-pointing that followed -- was a fitting coda to the dysfunctional relationship between the Obama White House and Capitol Hill."

Thus began a Politico article by Seung Min Kim. But it was the headline -- which she probably did not write -- that really completed the picture: "Congress disses Obama one last time."

That word, "disses," is just too perfect. For eight years the press has treated Mr. Obama like the protagonist in some stage play, personalizing his policy struggles as a heroic effort of...

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