President Obama visited House Democrats today to buck them up for the big healthcare vote tonight, but it seems as though the lawmakers are the one who inspired Obama.

According to a pool report, lawmakers broke ought in a spontaneous chant of "Fired up! Ready to go!" as Obama left the caucus meeting.

That slogan was a mainstay of President Obama's 2008 campaign, and he's repeated in recently in appearances across the country.

During the meeting, Obama urged lawmakers to vote in favor of the bill, which will come up for a vote tonight. According to the White House, Obama reminded members of Congress that they've made more progress on healthcare reform than any Congress in 70 years.

He argued that the House bill will bring down costs, and warned Democrats that the opportunity to enact reform might not come again soon.