But not anytime soon...

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky conceded that a full repeal of the health care law won’t be possible in the short term but pledged that Republicans would use their new oversight powers in the House to keep pressure on the Obama administration and Democrats.

“We may not be able to bring about straight repeal in the next two years, and we may not win every vote against targeted provisions, even though we should have bipartisan support for some,” McConnell said during a Thursday speech at the Heritage Foundation. “But we can compel administration officials to attempt to defend this indefensible health spending bill and other costly, government-driven measures, like the stimulus and financial reform.”

Well if you can't repeal health care and kill the stimulus, what do you intend to do for the next two years? Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell: "I want to... make Obama a one-term president." Ain't that something! At least it's almost better than nothing.