Looks like it. Here’s a solid analysis from Jonathan Bernstein guest-blogging at the Daily Dish.
From the link:
Item: Ten House Dems who voted against the bill the first time around are telling the AP (via Jonathan Chait) that they might vote yes this time around. Chait is right about the incentives here as far as public statements are concerned. I’d put it this way: there’s an easily understandable story of going from no, to maybe, to yes…but it makes no sense at all to go from no, to maybe, to no.
I should emphasize here that it is very, very rare for the majority to lose a high-stakes vote on final passage on the House floor. You just don’t bring a bill to the floor unless you know you’re going to win. I can’t imagine a reason that Nancy Pelosi and the White House would bring this to the floor knowing that they were going to lose, for some sort of spin advantage. They either know that they have the votes, or it’s the biggest bluff in who knows how long. Keep watching: does the president really announce the schedule tomorrow that was leaked today? Does the Speaker really keep to that schedule, or do leaks start appearing about pushing it back a few days? I don’t think so, however. I think they have the votes.