Monday, November 26, 2012
GOP Senator's Believe Romney Won The Election
Two GOP Senators were on the Sunday TV talk shows opposing an increase in tax rates, but claiming that they would support broadening the tax base by cutting back on unspecified deductions and exemptions. That was Mitt Romney's tax proposal, which was derided by tax experts because it did not add up. Its hard to understand why our illustrious senators are advocating Romney's tax proposal. Apparently, they don't believe that the public rejected Romney's policies when they voted for Obama. John McCain, in particular, still can't believe that he lost the 2008 election to Obama. Somethings are just hard to accept.
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When I saw the title of your post, I thought you were referencing the Tea Partiers last ditch attempt to rid Obama of the election.ReplyDelete
It's odd that Boehner's first comments after the election were that he and his party were ready for the President to "lead." As the fiscal talks continue, the GOP doesn't seem to embody the actions of a willing follower.