It's the end of a historic day in Washington. President Obama sat down with 22 pens, signing into law health care reform that will affect every single American. "I'm signing this bill for all the leaders who took up this cause through the generations," President Obama said, citing leaders from Teddy Roosevelt to Teddy Kennedy. But Republicans aren't taking the Democratic victory — expressed in blunt terms by Vice President Joe Biden – lightly. Longshot legal challenges are being filed in fourteen states. Tonight, we ask: Are Republicans being sore losers filing Constitutionality lawsuitsthat will likely hold no say? Or is the action simply one way to serve constituents? Tell us what you think. And a note, this is the third straight broadcast to end with a "Closing Argument" about the health care debate. The questions on Friday and last night both triggered valuable commentary – I guess we're hoping to stick with what works. Embedded below is today's "Biden moment" to mark the landmark signing.
Sore-Loser GOP Behind Longshot Lawsuits?
Mar 24, 2010 12:02am