The passing of health care reform in Washington, D.C., last night has sparked strong emotions from politicians, both Democrats and Republicans.
After some strong, intense words from both sides in the chamber last night, many key lawmakers hit the press circuit this morning - appearing on morning shows and cable news shows to share their thoughts. But the intense sentiments aren't ending there - lawmakers are making their thoughts known to their constituents on Twitter. Below is a sampling of the latest tweets from those on the Hill:
[Updated 11:47 a.m.]
R-CA George Radanovich: I would like to set the record straight and be clear that I did not make the statement calling Rep. Stupak a "Baby Killer".
[Posted at 9:57 a.m.]
D-MN Keith Ellison: Now, let's get a real jobs bill, real fonancial reform bill, and real immigration reform. We did this; we can do more!
R-SC Robert Inglis: There's no bill passed by one Congress that can't be repealed by another.
R-SC Robert Inglis: What do you do when Congress passes a bad bill? You get a new Congress to repeal it!