Healthcare Bill Passes Despite Democratic Majority
In an unexpected turn-of-events, the healthcare bill championed by President Obama passed despite republican minority opposition against the democratic majority.
“It was a refreshing win for the democrats and the American people. We had to overcome a great hindrance, our overwhelming majority, and clench this for the American public,” said a House spokesperson.
The healthcare legislation marks a turning point for the party, who has been struggling to get used to their majority in both houses of the Congress.
The spokesperson finished by saying, “Now we know that having a Democratic president in the White House, a majority in both the House and the Senate does not have to be a handicap for the Democratic party.”