Only four days after the humiliation of not being able to unite their party to vote for a replacement for the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or Obamacare), House Republican leaders said “we’re closer today to repealing Obamacare than we ever were before,” and in the words of Majority Whip Steve Scalise, “more resolved than ever to repeal this law.”

House Speaker Paul Ryan refused to put a timeline on the repeal-and-replace effort, but noted: “We want to get it right. We’ll keep talking to each other until we get it right.”

“In the meantime,” he added, “we’re going to do all the other work that we came here to do.”