Much is being made about the messages that President Barack Obama sought to address in his speech about healthcare reform on Wednesday night, whether it has to do with reunifying the Democratic Party on the issue or assuring the public and Congress about the need for reform.
The New York Times writes: "For nearly an hour, Mr. Obama spoke strongly and passionately, pausing only to acknowledge the repeated cheers from his audience as he made what appeared to be his clearest and most concise case yet on a complicated issue that had repeatedly defied his communications skills."
The Times also noted that Obama spoke more to the viewers than to Congress.
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