President Obama is getting back to pushing health-care legislation through its home stretch after being sidetracked by the fallout from the Christmas bomber for the last two weeks. In his weekly radio address, Obama touted the plan and played up protections that will take place immediately after passage, like helping Americans with pre-existing conditions find insurance. "We are on the verge of passing health insurance reform that will finally offer Americans the security of knowing they'll have quality, affordable health care whether they lose their job, change jobs, move or get sick," he said. Obama also seemed to manage expectations of his performance on the economy a bit, acknowledging the weak jobs report for last month. "A year ago, when I took office in the midst of the worst recession since the Great Depression, I promised you two things. The first was that there would be better days ahead. And the second was that the road to recovery would be long, and sometimes bumpy," he said.