Given the precedent of the ObamaCare repeal, which passed an initial Senate vote but failed to become law after Senator McCain changed his position, it seems to me there is at least some considerable chance that a similar thing will happen on the tax bill. Yesterday's election in Alabama may mean that instead of having to get to three Republican Senators (assuming Vice President Pence would break a tie), Democrats just have to peel off two Republicans to kill the tax bill. Bob Corker was already against it, so that leaves one more. Who really thinks that McCain, or Susan Collins, or Jeff Flake, or Marco Rubio are really going to be able to resist the temptation of being lauded by the liberal media as profiles in courage? I'm not saying the tax bill is definitely dead. But the chances of it faltering are greater than most people now think.