Does bi-partisanship mean to Obama and Pelosi: "Agree with our plan"?

Most honest people, even this Democratic political consultant thought the Republicans did well at the HC Summit. “I think it was a draw, which was a Republican win,” said Democratic political consultant Dan Gerstein. “The Republican tone was just right: a respectful, substantive disagreement, very disciplined... show more Most honest people, even this Democratic political consultant thought the Republicans did well at the HC Summit.

“I think it was a draw, which was a Republican win,” said Democratic political consultant Dan Gerstein. “The Republican tone was just right: a respectful, substantive disagreement, very disciplined and consistent in their message.”

It was clear that they had a message. An easier, less costly, more effective way to fix HC.

But apparently Pelosi hears only what she want.

"One day after an unprecedented health care summit that brought together President Barack Obama and lawmakers of both parties, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the nationally televised event showed GOP lawmakers are "accepting of the status quo" in which insurance companies mistreat consumers."

Status quo? Is she blind, or does she think the American people are stupid?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100226/ap_o...

So, it appears yesterday was all for show. Pretend we want to be bi-partisan, but move along with our plans.

Is this the Democratic plan?
Update: Neocon-
They are not representing the will of the people. That is why they will be voted out in November.
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