Rep. Peter King: Grover Norquist a 'lowlife' for no-tax pledge remarks

Rep. Petee King (R-Seaford) called anti-tax activist Grover

Rep. Petee King (R-Seaford) called anti-tax activist Grover Norquist a "low life" for accusing him of "weaseling out" of a no-tax pledge that Norquist compared to King's marriage vows to his wife. (Credit: Newsday / Karen Wiles Stabile)

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WASHINGTON -- Rep. Peter King (R-Seaford) called anti-tax activist Grover Norquist a "lowlife" Tuesday for accusing him of weaseling out of a no-tax pledge that Norquist compared to King's marriage vows to his wife.

"I really don't care about Grover Norquist. It was a cheap thing to do," King said. "He's being a lowlife."

King made the comment as he and other Republicans seek flexibility...

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