Can President Obama nudge Congress over the finish line on health care? "Finish the job," he implored Democratic senators at a meeting on Wednesday. "So many of us campaigned on the idea that we were going to change this health-care system," the president declared. "So many of us looked people in the eye who had been denied because of a pre-existing condition, or just didn't have health insurance at all... and we said we were going to change it. Well, here we are with a chance to change it." He also attacked Republicans for feigning an interest in bipartisanship. "They say they want to work with us, and we extend a hand and get a fist in return," he said.