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Okay, I get it.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi has her game face on.

But, um, she looks and sounds ridiculous. For that matter, so does White House Senior Advisor David Axelrod and all the other pols who maintain that they are actually "pleased with the election results" yesterday. Quietly, though, Pelosi, Reid and tons of other liberals are very very worried about the movement of Independents and Democrats who are now voting for the GOP.

Does the Speaker "get it"? Does she understand the people have spoken and they don't like the health care reform bill she wants to pass and all the arm-twisting taking place on Capitol Hill for a new program called socialized medicine that will cost over a trillion dollars and will likely destroy our health system as we know it?

Maybe Ms. Pelosi might "get it" when folks show up at High Noon at Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's office Thursday for a massive rally of tea party and town hall protestors ReDux...(I'll be there to report the news.)

Politico.com has the astonishing story.

".......Most House Democrats tried to put a good face on Tuesday's election results, saying they picked up two more votes for a sweeping health care bill that could be on the floor as early as Friday.

But it can't make it any easier for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as she works to corral the last holdouts she needs to pass legislation overhauling the nation’s health care system.

Of course, the speaker, who told POLITICO recently she's "not big on showing weakness," brushed aside questions about how the Democratic gubernatorial losses in Virginia and New Jersey would impact her final tally and instead trumpeted the two special election House wins. 

"From our perspective, we won last night," the California Democrat told reporters during a Wednesday photo op. "We had one race that we were engaged in, it was in northern New York, it was a race where a Republican has held the seat since the Civil War. And we won that seat. So, from our standpoint, no, a candidate was victorious who supports health care reform, and his remarks last night said this was a victory for health care reform and other initiatives for the American people."

"From our standpoint, we picked up votes last night," a cheerful Pelosi said, "one in California and one in New York."