The president is making a major address to the Congress and the country Wednesday night. This speech is high risk for him.
Selling a plan that is not completely developed and without accurate numbers of what it's going to cost ordinary Americans is not a surefire recipe for success.
This is not a campaign speech. The president does campaign speeches well and obviously they worked for him in the past. I am sure President Obama and his team have already found out that governing is a lot harder than campaigning. So this is speech should be about facts. Mr. President:
Leave out the emotion and the polarizing comments about how bad the insurance companies are and how doctors and hospitals are ripping us off.
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