Senate Majority Leader dingy Harry plans a Saturday night vote on health care reform. It worked to Nancy Pelosi. There must be some Democrats who will vote for anything if they can leave Washington and start their weekend. It is unclear if Reid has the sixty votes he needs.
From the Hill:
The Senate is headed for a rare Saturday vote to advance its major healthcare reform bill without a guarantee of success, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) indicated Thursday.
At a rally with supporters of the healthcare reform bill, Reid would not say he had secured commitments from all 60 members of the Democratic Conference to vote for the legislation — an absolute necessity given unanimous opposition from the 40 Senate Republicans.