by Max Brantley
I agree with Tolbert. Gunner DeLay has one-upped everyone in the morning-after mail maelstrom with a call for civil disobedience in refusing to pay the required future tax levies if you don't have health insurance. Stop paying your payroll taxes, too. And, hey, why bother to pay taxes at all if you don't like how they are spent?
DeLay has always been likable, and somewhat unpredictable, in his wackiness. But he seems ready now to chunk any principle he retained out the window to be nominee of the Party of No. He's busy repudiating past legislative positions in support of -- gasp -- labor unions.