WASHINGTON (CNN) - President Obama's crucial address on health care reform Wednesday night will focus on "specific ideas" - bringing stability to people with insurance and affordable coverage to those without it, his spokesman told CNN.
"They will know the plan provides safety, security and stability to the millions of people that have health insurance each and every day, but watching their premiums skyrocket and double," said Robert Gibbs, interviewed Wednesday on CNN's American Morning.
"Secondly, for those who don't have health insurance, but need affordable coverage, he will lay out a plan for how people can get that as well. He'll talk about the cost on government and why we can't afford to wait longer. We have to act now."