Reactions to the 'Pledge' have been mixed on the right. RedState's Erick Erickson issued a full-throated rejection, calling the Pledge "Perhaps the Most Ridiculous Thing to Come Out of Washington Since George McClellan." Doug Ross agrees. But the editors at National Review say they will "take the pledge," and offer a sincere, if not enthusiastic, endorsement of it. David Frum thinks the pledge is "a repudiation of the central, foundational idea behind the Tea Party."
Read up on the plan, then give us your thoughts. Is it a sincere effort to reform the House under a Republican majority, or a thinly-veiled attempt to satiate conservatives and tea party activists while still holding on to power? Or is it neither of these? Please, share your thoughts.