It is here, and in summary, this is why I think so:
First, he said things that have not said, he asked people to sacrifice. He was not being a cheer leader, in that he did not say how great things would get (like Reagan and Bush). He told the truth about how hard it is going to be, but it is going to get harder if we don’t do the hard rights today, and in the future.
It is a speech that would have met John Boyd’s points of strategy, which are Isolate your enemy(ies), do not create more enemies through your strategy, as well as asking the people to do more than spend money. The President ask the people to sacrifice, as well as providing some concise examples, the auto working who takes a pay cut so his fellow worker may have a job through this tough period. He also attacked the unethical behavior of Wall Street. His theme throughout was on selfless service, inspiring people to do more than for their self. He asked people to do something beyond satisfying their own needs.
In foreign policy he talked about alliances, and using diplomacy over fighting power. Another strategic issue he addressed was focusing more on alternative energy and getting us off our dependence of foreign oil, which I have said is our greatest strategic mistake, followed by our invasion of Iraq.
Over all, a great start. Now actions have to speak as loud as words, but I think we are off to a positive beginning.