* President's message is that his policies are paying off * He says foes look "for the cloud in every silver lining" * Obama's Democrats face a difficult political environment By Steve Holland WASHINGTON, May 19 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama's strategy for helping Democrats limit losses in November congressional elections boils down to this: tout the improving U.S. economy and pound Republicans for opposing his policies. Administration officials recognize a difficult ...
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