Reps. Steve King (R-Iowa) and Michele BachmannMichele Marie Bachmann MSNBC host: Boehner going after GOP 'crazies' now is 'too little too late' Boehner on Bachmann: Right-wing media made 'people who used to be fringe characters into powerful media stars' Evangelicals shouldn't be defending Trump in tiff over editorial MORE (R-Minn.) plan bills seeking to repeal health reform as was finally passed by the House yesterday, and Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) plans a similar bill in the Senate.

The bills, which are unlikely to advance, represent an effort by the GOP, less than 24 hours after Congress sent health reform to the president, to mount a campaign to repeal major elements — if not all — of that legislation.

“Today the work begins to repeal Obamacare and restore the principles of liberty that made America a great nation," King said in a statement Monday. "This fight is far from over.”

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Added Bachmann: "I'm asking my colleagues to join me in repealing this monstrosity of a bill."

DeMint was quick to unveil his repeal legislation on Sunday night, releasing a .PDF file of a one-page bill that would simply strike the entirety of the bill passed yesterday from federal law.

For their parts, the heads of the GOP's campaign committees have said they plan to make repealing the bill a key part of their 2010 efforts. Democrats have said they welcome that campaign.