Obama tells polarized nation: 'We can be better'

Summon the soul of a nation, President Barack Obama on Wednesday implore Americans to honor those slay and upset in the Arizona shooting by becoming improved people, effective a polarized electorate that it is time to talk with each other "in a way that heals, not in a way those injuries." Next a sanatorium bedside visit with Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, the aim of the murder, he said: "She knows we're here, and she recognizes we love her."

In a thrilling instant, the president exposed that Giffords, who on Saturday was shot point-blank in the head, had open her eyes for the first time before long after his hospital appointment. First lady Michelle Obama held hands with Giffords' husband, Mark Kelly, as the news bring tall cheers from thousands gathered for a monument overhaul.

Obama directly conceded that there is no way to be familiar with what trigger the shooting rampage that left six people dead, 13 others injured and the nation dazed. He tried in its place to leave permanent memories of the people who were gunned down, and to convention the fatherland to use the moment as a suggestion on the nation's manners and consideration.

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