The Democrats' Congressional campaign arms have sent out a pair of fundraising e-mails from two big names that were involved in passing the health care bill, in two very different ways: Vice President Joe Biden, who spoke with Senators throughout the process -- and Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), whose switch to supporting the bill, after he'd previously opposed it for not going far enough, helped bring it over the finish line.
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"Just over a year ago, President Obama and I were sworn into office to preside over a country in desperate need of change," Biden writes in his e-mail for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. "One year later, we have signed historic health care reform into law. Republicans want to exact a political price for our success. Their plan is this: Use the midterm elections to strengthen their numbers, weaken Democrats, repeal health care reform and destroy President Obama. And they are more than willing to lie to do it."