Grover Norquist, the Republican did have a recent meeting with a group of his GOP political friends.
He spoke about the idea that the pledge that he has gotten them to sign about "No New Taxes" has to stick and work for the good of the people in America.
His opinion that the pledge will improve the quality of life in the country is starting to slide away from some of the GOP signers who had firmly believed in it previously.
From the original 289 Republicans in the House and in the Senate, only 276 have signed the pledge.
Now some of them are beginning to slip away from the idea of what it means to them. Governor Ned Bush did not sign, and several others as previously mentioned.
Here is some good information about him.
Grover Norquist is currently the president of Americans for Tax Reform. It is a taxpayer advocacy group founded in 1985 after President Reagan requested it.
The group called the ATR is several taxpayer groups, businesses and individuals who are opposed to higher taxes at all points on the American ledger.
The Taxpayer protection pledge asks all candidates for federal and state office to commit themselves in writing to oppose all tax increases.
We will have to wait to see how this develops in the future.
Roger Chartier - The Author