We can only hope Please I would love to see it fall apart, you can't always get what want, but if you try sometime you get what you need, hopefully the three RINO's wake up, since the Dems, added the pork right back into this bill. CNN has learned that one day after securing an agreement on a giant economic stimulus bill that is expected to pass narrowly with the votes of three moderate Republicans, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is calling other Republican centrists trying to persuade more of them to vote for the measure. He’s looking for additional votes out of an abundance of caution, an aide explained, after learning that ailing Sen. Ted Kennedy, who returned to Capitol Hill for votes earlier this week, has now gone back to Florida to continue his recovery from brain cancer and won’t be here for a final vote on the stimulus bill in the coming days. None of this would have been necessary had Pelosi invited the Republicans to help draft the bill in the first place. There were plenty of Republicans who would have supported a big-spending plan, balanced with the right kinds of tax cuts and incentives. Had Pelosi done that, the resulting stimulus bill would have already sailed through Congress with wide bipartisan margins. Her failure to act responsibly in the beginning has been the reason for all of the problems that followed. Now Reid has to scrounge up more Republicans, but with Gregg publicly rejected the stimulus last night and rejoining the Senate, he may have trouble holding the three he already has. Reid knows it, too — otherwise, he wouldn’t bother looking for more. If Arlen Specter, Susan Collins, or Olympia Snowe change their minds, Reid winds up with an embarrassing loss, and Pelosi has to go back to the drawing board.