Norquist shows slight shift in tone:

11/29/2012 | Politico (Washington, D.C.)

Republicans must make sure they don't "have their fingerprints on the murder weapon" if Democrats push through a deficit deal that seeks increased tax revenues, says anti-tax campaigner Grover Norquist. Insisting that negotiations be held in public and televised on C-SPAN would be the best way for the GOP to demonstrate its continuing commitment to spending cuts, Norquist argues.

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