November 25, 2012
The late Senator Eugene McCarthy once famously said political reporters are like blackbirds on a telephone wire: Whenever one flies off to alight upon another wire, all the others follow. The Washington press corps was in full McCarthy flight the past week after Grover Norquist, founder and leader of the anti-tax group Americans for Tax Reform and custodian of the “Taxpayer Protection Pledge” signed by hundreds of congressional members, appeared for lunch at the Center for the National Interest. The press corps promptly pounced upon Norquist with glee.
Please take time to read the ACU’s letter supporting Sen. Blunt’s amendment #350 to the Senate Budget Resolution to prevent a federal carbon tax.
Originally published by The Washington Times
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Originally published by The Federalist Papers Project
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