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GOP Lawmakers May Break Anti-Tax Pledge

In order to reach a bipartisan deal to prevent the nation from going over the “fiscal cliff,” several top Republicans have stated they would defy their vow to oppose any and all tax revenue increases, a pledge advocated by anti-tax activist Grover Norquist. What do you think?

  • “Is a politician’s word no longer sacred?”

    Craig Storr Luggage Inspector
  • “It’s sad to see congressmen put politics ahead of some pledge they made to a strange man.”

    Bret Zorman Kosher Cutter
  • “Really? I thought we were done with all that bipartisan nonsense.”

    Libby Roose Rubber Curer

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