Yes, we haven't seen that much "Mission Accomplished" since Baby Bush. How well did that work out for Baby Bush? Senators aren't protected by gerrymandering, and several Republican senators have noted they won't go along with the House bill and some have expressed a willingness to work with Democrats. If they are sincere, the bill which will emerge from the Senate will be very different than the House bill. And I'm guessing, this will not become law until after the 2018 congressional elections at the earliest, and come 2019 I think we will be looking at a very different Senate and House. I expect Democrats will pick up more seats and may regain control of the House. Republicans wanted to scuttle Obamacare in order to fund their tax cuts for the rich. As long as Obamacare remains intact, Republicans cannot fund their tax cuts for the wealthy. It's a big problem for Republicans. It's not like the wealthy aren't wealthy enough. Wealth inequality in America is and has been a continuing problem.