Nancy Pelosi Heckled - Sarah Palin Promises November Vote
By Marty Cox
Mar 22, 2010
Ire and hyperbole are in full swing as US House leader Nancy Pelosi faced heckling as she marched to the hill to claim victory. She delivered President Obama 219 votes in the house for passage of the president's signature bill and that was all that was needed to pass the sweeping changes outlined in the health care bill.
Sarah Palin and other Republicans are promising fury at the polls in November, but for now the victory belongs to the Democrats. Palin believes that the victory for the Dems will be short and and tells her supporters on her Facebook page that elections have consequences and makes a plea for the to, "Stand tall, America. November is coming!"
Mitt Romney sees an opening to place him into the White House for the GOP if this all goes south for President Barack Obama. He writes at the National Review Online, "A Campaign Begins Today," meaning he wants to be a part of those that want to reverse some or all of the bill.
Paul Krugman of the New York Times loves the passage of the bill and claims a great victory for Obama and Pelosi. He claims "This time, fear struck out."
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