As President Obama prepares to sign the health-care bill into law tomorrow, less-thrilled Republicans spent Monday vowing to repeal the bill and exact revenge in November’s elections. “We will not allow this to stand,” said Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota. Senate Republicans vowed to “employ every procedural maneuver available” to stop revisions made by Democrats from passing after Obama signs off on the main bill. The fixes include taking out the so-called Cornhusker Kickback, which provided extra Medicaid money to Nebraska, but Republicans are painting the package as creating higher taxes. “They want us to endorse a raft of new sweetheart deals that were struck behind closed doors last week so this thing could limp over the finish line last night,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said in a speech.