Republicans promise limited government
CALVIN WOODWARD, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Emboldened by a commanding House majority and Senate gains, Republican leaders vowed Wednesday to roll back the size of government and, in time, the nation's sweeping health care law. President Barack Obama, reflective after his party's drubbing, accepted blame for failing to deliver the economic security Americans demand while saying of his health overhaul: "This was the right thing to do."
He called the election a "shellacking."
After two years with fellow Democrats leading Congress, Obama now must deal for the rest of his term with the...