As President Obama addresses the nation this evening, health care will surely be a featured topic. But what the nation will surely not hear from the president tonight are three big promises that were used to sell the law:
Over the weekend, Senior White House Advisor Dan Pfeiffer previewed President Obama’s State of the Union remarks, stating the president Tuesday will “lay out a set of real, concrete proposals to grow the economy, strengthen the middle class, and empower all who hope to join in it.
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