More Democratic legislators are fessing up and admitting that the recent passing of the 6.25% sales tax, to a wide variety of computer and software services, was a bad idea and want it repealed.

All the candidates running to fill Ed Markey's seat in Congress have formed a line to get rid of this tax. Former Lt. Gov. Tim Murray has also come out against this tax saying it is a "deterrent" to economic growth.

As the buzz goes through the halls of Beacon Hill, the question is, where does Gov. Patrick, who first proposed the tax, stand now?