Skip to comments.Romney Opposed The 2003 Bush Tax Cuts
Posted on 03/05/2012 2:33:46 PM PST by SoConPubbie
Thompson for President press release
Romney Opposed The 2003 Bush Tax Cuts
In 2003, the Governor refused to endorse the Bush tax cuts,
earning the praise of Massachusetts liberal congressman Barney Frank.
(The Romney Record: Promise and Puzzlement, Club For Growth, www.clubforgrowth.org, accessed 9/12/07)
Romney Said He Wont Be A Cheerleader For Tax Cut Proposals He Disagrees With. According to the observer, who spoke on condition of anonymity, Romney told the delegation that he wont be a cheerleader for proposals he doesnt agree with, but I have to keep a solid relationship with the White House. (Wayne Washington and Glen Johnson, Romney Weighs In Carefully On Bush Tax Cut Plan; Governor Wont Give His Endorsement, Boston Globe, 4/11/03)
Romneys Position Pleased Liberal Barney Frank. I was very pleased, Frank said afterward. Here you have a freshman governor refusing to endorse a tax cut presented by a Republican president at the height of his wartime popularity. (Wayne Washington and Glen Johnson, Romney Weighs In Carefully On Bush Tax Cut Plan; Governor Wont Give His Endorsement, Boston Globe, 4/11/03)
He would be a complete disaster. The people voting for him have no clue (or do they?).
mitt is a liberal from Massachusetts. Need I say more?
I will never vote for a guy that was elected by the same people that constantly brought us Kerry and Kennedy.
He’s way more liberal than a lot of the people voting for him realize.
Thanks for your good work in trying to get the word out about Romney. Come on Republicans, wake up before it’s too late!! We’re being sold a complete bill of goods on Mitt Romney.
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