Obama asks country to help make tomorrow better

Saying America has a the past of doing what it takes to make a improved tomorrow, President Barack Obama is calling on a country mountaineering out of its worst financial slump in decades to summon that spirit again this holiday period.

"This is not the hardest blessing America has ever faced. But as long as many members of our American family are ache, we've got to look out for one another," Obama said in his weekly radio and Internet address, at large for Thanksgiving.

"As long as many of our sons and daughters and husbands and wives are at war, we've got to carry their mission and honor their examine," Obama added. "And as long as many of our friends and neighbors are looking for work, we've got to do all we can to go faster this revival and keep our economy moving onward."

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