BTW, the Pledge has the following text:
I, ______, pledge to the taxpayers of the stateONE, oppose any and all efforts to increase the marginal income tax
of , _______and to the American people that I will:
rates for individuals and/or businesses; and
TWO, oppose any net reduction or elimination of deductions and
credits, unless matched dollar for dollar by further reducing tax rates.
Today on Morning Joe, Grover came up against one of his biggest critics, progressive MSNBC talk show host and former Congressman Lawrence O'Donnell. Let's just say the two of them had a few choice words for each other:
Start at the 6:00 mark:
Who made the better argument here about our debt ceiling?
Should tax revenues of any type be off the table in this discussion?
Does Washington have a spending problem, a revenue problem, or both?
Should Senators or Members of Congress take any pledges at all other than their pledge to support and defend the Constitution of the United States?