White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs on President Obama's meeting with Netanyahu.
Pelosi discusses whether the health reform push is a model for future legislative efforts. Click here for more from Jim Lehrer's interview with Speaker Pelosi.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL): "If you’re making over $200,000 a year, you’re going to pay slightly more in taxes. It’s the cost, I think, of having the kind of America we want to have."
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney discusses the health care bill with Larry King.
Democratic senators outline what the health care bill will do and vow not to let Republicans repeal any of the changes.
Sen. Max Baucus (D-Montana): “One other point that I think it’s very important to make is that it is true that in certain cases, the taxes will go up for some Americans who might be making less than $200,000.”
Steve Hayes, A.B. Stoddard and Charles Krauthammer react to the signing of the health care bill.
James Carville and Kevin Madden discuss the Republicans push to repeal the law.
President Obama: "I heard one of the Republican leaders say this was going to be Armageddon. Well, two months from now, six months from now, you can check it out. We'll look around, and we'll see. You don't have to take my word for it."
Rep. Peter King, (R-NY), argues health-care could have been fixed within the system we had.
Political highlights from Jay Leno's monologue.
Rep. John Dingell (D): "The harsh fact of the matter is that when you're going to pass legislation that will cover 300 (million) American people in different ways, it takes a long time to do the necessary administrative steps that have to be taken to the put the legislation together to control the people."
Lawrence O'Donnell and Eugene Robinson discuss Sen. John McCain's vow that there will be "no cooperation" with Democrats "for the rest of the year."
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) joins the Morning Joe gang to discuss the Senate debate over a package of fixes to the new health care law.
Rachel Maddow debunks rumors that she is planning to run against Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown in 2012.
Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) joins the Morning Joe gang to explain his opposition to the tax increases contained in the president's health care reform legislation.
Rep. Randy Neugebauer (R-TX): "I don't apologize for speaking what I thought was the truth. I believe this bill was a baby killer."
Bill O'Reilly argues that "provocative rhetoric" never works for either party.
Scott Sipprelle: Rush Holt and Nancy Pelosi callously ignored the American people. Pelosi, Holt and this reckless Congress are destroying our prosperity and assailing our liberty. It's not right and it must stop. This November, it's time to hold Rush Holt accountable.