Sept09,2009-In the face of public discontent, sagging poll numbers and stiff Republican opposition, President Obama is trying to invigorate the push for health care reform during an address to a joint session of Congress.
President Obama on Wednesday urged Congress to stop "bickering" over health care reform and get to work fixing a system that is at its "breaking point."
Declaring it is "time to deliver," the president said he is "determined" to break the gridlock and forge a deal on health care reform that has been decades in the making.
The president spoke during a rare address to a joint session of Congress, a day after lawmakers returned from a rocky summer recess during which constituents flooded town hall meetings to voice their concerns about the bills on the table.
In the face of public discontent, sagging poll numbers and stiff Republican opposition, Obama is try
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