In a rare moment of agreement, pundits and politicians across the political spectrum have praised the speech President Obama delivered at a service honoring the Arizona shooting victims. Even those who've clashed with Obama over the past two years said his message was just what the nation needed to hear. "This was above partisanship," said Ed Rollins, a Republican political consultant in The Wall Street Journal, "which is a good place for a president to be." Will the speech's positive effects help Obama reach across party lines, or fade all too quickly?
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