While Harry Reid has signed off on a tentative deal, over in the House, Nancy Pelosi isn't on board yet:
Emerging from a Capitol Hill meeting with Democratic leaders, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Sunday applauded President Obama for his work on bipartisan legislation to raise the debt ceiling, but deferred her judgment on the bill until she meets with the larger caucus Monday.
"I have to meet with my caucus tomorrow to see how they wish to proceed," Pelosi said. "We all may not be able to support it, or none of us may be able to support it. But we'll wait and see."
Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) is also holding back, basically saying to the Republicans, "You first."
"We are still continuing to look at the details. It's our understanding that there's no sign off yet by the Republican leadership in the House," Van Hollen said.
Looks like there are more than a few Democrats who aren't ready to eat their peas just yet. Thing is, even if they're not, they might not be able to stop it either.