November 26th, 2012
08:55 PM ET

GOP rethinking no-tax pledge: Key members open to compromise

At least four prominent Republicans say they are willing to break their pledge to never vote for higher taxes but will it cost them their job?

Republican Senators Lindsey Graham, Saxby Chambliss, and Bob Corker say they are not willing to raise revenue to avoid going over the fiscal cliff, and anti-tax activist, Grover Norquist, is taking names - vowing to help unseat any Republican who breaks the pledge.

OutFront tonight: David Frum is a former senior adviser to George W. Bush and Democratic Strategist James Carville.

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