Wallace also 'tackled' Obama advisor Axelrod for claiming the Benghazi thing is politicized.Fox: Romney's Tax Plan Doesn't Add Up
Chris Wallace says plan promises "candy" and hides "spinach," and disses supporting studies as partisan
Romney's tax plan and the oft-cited "six studies" that support it have been getting hammered by liberal critics for weeks. But now they're taking a drubbing from an unexpected source: Fox's Chris Wallace.
Wallace tackled Romney advisor Ed Gillespie: "Ryan is saying, we don't want to get hemmed in. Let's leave it to negotiations with congress to get into the details. Here's my question. Why is it all right to tell voters about the candy - " hey, everybody is going to get a 20% tax cut in their tax rates, but let's not tell them about the spinach, which is you're going to lose some deductions?"
"When the Libya story first broke, Alan Colmes went after Mitt Romney, for "jumping the gun" before anyone even knew about what Colmes cavalierly called "a few deaths in Libya." Shortly thereafter, President Obama referred to the death of four Americans in Benghazi as a "bump in the road" in what is touted as his administration's otherwise successful foreign policy."
"Wait, wait, wait a minute! David, wait a minute. This is the first U.S. ambassador that has been killed since 1979. Susan Rice came on this show, and five others, and gave the American people a story that turned out not to be true; and you're saying that we shouldn't discuss this! That we should wait for the investigation to be completed? That's what you just said."