Mitt Romney promises, if elected President, not to raise taxes …
I support the continuation of the tax cuts that were enacted under President Bush’s watch and I will not raise taxes.
But you can read the pledge, if you will, and you can see that it’s drawn very narrowly. It’s not drawn very broadly.
It talks about raising the highest marginal income tax rate. It does not talk about all forms of revenue for the government.
That’s right, folks. Mitt Romney solemnly promises not to raise taxes at the top of the income scale. It’s open season on any other “form of revenue for the government.”
Doesn’t that give you a warm and fuzzy feeling all over?
Oh, yeah. And he’s against discrimination against gay people and also against letting them serve openly in the military, because the current policy is working so well.
Too bad this turkey probably won’t get the nomination.