President Obama is optimistic he’ll get health care reform for the holidays, but he insists differences must be worked out. Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman has emerged as the Democratic Party’s main obstacle to get health care legislation through the Senate before Christmas. The president spoke to small business leaders, contractors, and environmental groups at a Home Depot in Alexandria, Va. on Tuesday, calling for new federal incentives to make millions of homes more energy efficient. On Monday, Obama met with the nation’s top bankers and asked them to help rebuild the US economy, but critics are questioning the impact of such a meeting.

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