Obama's speech and health care

Barack Obama's acceptance speech  last night was inspirational on many levels.

One observation.  Total number of mentions of health care in the speech --- zero.  

David Wessell of the Wall Street Journal told NPR this morning that he believes that the Obama administration will want to choose health care as its one big issue (besides for remedying the economic collapse).  

On one hand, many believe that the Clinton plan failed in 1993 in part because Bill and Hillary didn't prioritize it in the first 100 days.  On the other hand, a new administration, even with bolstered support in Congress, can only effectively address so many issues, and health care is awfully complex.  Addressing health care inflation successfully would be a big boost for our economy, but there would also be a lot of losers.