A confrontational President seemed to be willing to give little ground as he spoke, hoping to regain the initiative in the health reform debate. Sadly, his rhetoric, always good, never matches his proposals or deeds. Mr. President, while there were some good things there, you still have not embraced Real Health Reform but are looking for social/health revolution, which in the end is what the government and leftist Congress wishes, but not what the majority of Americans want . . . obi jo
President Obama confronted a critical Congress and a skeptical nation on Wednesday, decrying the “scare tactics” of his opponents and presenting his most forceful case yet for a sweeping health care overhaul that has eluded Washington for generations.
n blunt language before a rare joint session of Congress, Mr. Obama vowed that he would “not waste time” with those who have made a political calculation to oppose him, but left the door open to working with Republicans to cut health costs and expand coverage to millions of Americans.
“The time for bickering is over,” the president declared. “The time for games has passed. Now is the season for action.”
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