Washington (CNN) - No matter how the Supreme Court rules on the challenge to the health care law, it will only be a matter of minutes after that ruling is announced before attention shifts back across the street to the Capitol and to what happens next there.
Congressional press aides will be ready. Democrats and Republicans have spent months honing their messages. House GOP leaders have held "listening sessions" with rank-and-file members, going through various scenarios. Republican leadership aides from the House and Senate have coordinated their messaging plans with Mitt Romney's presidential campaign.
these repubs will fight this president does, they are like a robber watching to jump on a helpless victim. name me one thing that these repubs done in the past 4 years, but cry, obstruct, and push tax cut and deregulations that decimated our country. these repubs thinks that, just because they've got 65 percent of the white votes, they don't have to do their jobs, and all they have to do is blame Obama, of. their dialection of their duties, they might be surprised this time.
National dire need is this law. I am glad it is passed.
What's tricky about it? We need it, so keep it. Anyone who is working against this law should be voted out.