Sweet column: On Obama’s congressonal power sharing plan.

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Since he started running for president, White House hopeful Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) has cast himself not so much as a dealmaker or leader, but as a unique consensus builder. On Tuesday, in a speech at DePaul University in Chicago, he unveiled a proposal that touched on how congressional leadership would work with him should he become president.

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Sweet column in The Hill on Obama congressional consultation plan.

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