From Sunlen Miller:
President Obama today will be back out on the road selling health care and will visit Strongsville, Ohio. Today’s visit follows the president’s speeches on health care in Pennsylvania and Missouri last week as well.
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs last week indicated that the president would be addressing many of the same themes that he has focused on for the past few weeks, in the final push for reform.
“Going through why reform is important; going through what it will do the minute he signs the legislation on behalf of millions of Americans; discussing what happens, again, if we decide now is not the time,” Gibbs said. “We’re doing this not because it’s easy; we’re doing this not because the president is concerned about or looking to the next election, but looking to the next generation.”
The president is anticipated to return to Washington, D.C., in the evening.
-- Sunlen Miller