Barack Obama doesn't appreciate people thinking he doesn't care about soldier people.

In a 60 minutes interview last night, Obama discussed the Afghan War, his belief that 2010 will tell the strategy and that fact that his address at West Point was far from detached.

"You know, that was actually, probably, the most emotional speech that I've made, in terms of how I felt about it," the president said, "because I was looking out over a group of cadets, some of whom were going to be deployed in Afghanistan. And potentially some might not come back."