'Americans for Tax Reform' Part of a Pro-War Movement

The New York Times notes that "spurred by local antiwar
sentiment, dozens of cities and counties around the country
have passed resolutions imploring President Bush to slow
down his confrontation with Iraq. ... City and county councils in 20 states have passed such
measures, from small towns like Woodstock, N.Y., to cities
as large as Chicago, Philadelphia and Detroit." Well-funded right wing supporters of the march to war "stand ready to try to mobilize a
countermovement. Grover Norquist, president of Americans
for Tax Reform
, said his organization had sent every state
legislature a proposed measure for adoption the day
fighting starts that supports Mr. Bush's actions." (Ironically, Norquist has also been working to broker a "strange alliance" between the Republican Party and radical Islam.)