With the big House vote on health care expected Sunday no one knows Capitol Hill better than our guest anchor, ABC's Senior Congressional Correspondent Jonathan Karl. He'll start us off with breaking news including where the vote count stands with the Chair of the House Democratic Caucus, Rep. John Larson (D-CT), and the House Minority Whip, Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA).
Then, our exclusive debate: Plouffe vs Rove. Two key political strategists spar over the politics of health care reform. As the man behind Barack Obama's winning Presidential campaign, David Plouffe has been brought back to map out the Democrats' electoral strategy for the upcoming mid-term election. He'll square off with Karl Rove, "the architect" of President Bush's campaigns. Rove, out with a new book "Courage and Consequence, My Life as a Conservative in the Fight," will provide his analysis on how Republicans should capitalize on the political situation in Washington.
Then a special roundtable. Tom Daschle and Trent Lott, two veteran leaders of the Senate, join George Will and Sam Donaldson to debate health care reform, the Obama Adminstration's tense relationship with Israel, and the stepped up attacks against the Taliban and Al Qaeda, which the head of the CIA told the Washington Post is "seriously disrupting" Al Qaeda. All that and the Sunday Funnies.
Join us Sunday. You don't want to miss it.