The day before the crucial vote in the House, Minority Leader John Boehner told his troops that the Republican Party is no longer a bureaucracy. "He took us by the throat and told us, ‘You're no longer the majority, stop acting like it,’" a senior Republican told me about the run up to the vote. “‘If you've got an idea, get it on MSNBC. This is an entrepreneurial insurgency.’ He was kicking the ball around. He wants everyone involved. If there's an amendment, he told us to offer it. If you have 48 seconds for YouTube, get it up there. Get busy and resist in every instance.”The House Republicans did grow a set, at least in this instance. The best chance they have to recover any ground on the Democrats is to fight the gits every inch of the way on every issue. Partisanship to Rahm Emanuel is bending over, and he doesn't respect them the morning after. It remains to be seen whether the Senate Republicans have gotten the same message as their counterparts in the House.