During his remarks at a senior center in Strongsville, Ohio, President Obama adopted a new tag line with some help from an audience member.  "We need courage," the President told the crowd, repeating the words of a woman listening to his speech. 

Mr. Obama rallied the crowd when he told them "I believe Congress owes the American people an up or down vote," blaming lawmakers back home in Washington for playing politics when it comes to health care legislation.  The enthusiasm of the audience proved to be contageous, as the President joined a chorus of cheers repeating the line, "we need courage" several times.  He continued to tout his health care proposal adding that millions of lives would be touched and saved by making insurance more affordable.