A few other odds and ends over the rough prospects for getting a comprehensive health care bill passed in the House.
— Eric Cantor’s whip count finds that Democrats don’t have the votes to pass a comprehensive bill.
— Bart Stupak tells Fox that he’s spoken to 15 to 20 Democrats in the last 24 hours who won’t support the bill in its current form.
— House Majority Whip James Clyburn backed off his comments that Democrats would pass the revised bill by a wider margin than the first time around.
— And Dennis Kucinich reiterated his argument that the bill was a sell-out to insurance companies that he couldn’t support.
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