Anti-tax pledge author meets with House GOP, says he's not to blame for Washington impasse
On Thursday, the author of that pledge met with some of them to help them understand exactly what it is they signed.
All but 13 of the 289 Republicans in the House and Senate have signed a pledge vowing to oppose tax increases. On Thursday, the author of that pledge met with some of them to help them understand exactly what it is they signed.Full Story
#1 Jun 22, 2012
Face it, at least the founding fathers supported the excise tax on imports. Today's Republicans are against ALL taxes. How does that work, especially when we in wartimes?
#2 Jun 22, 2012
He's a liar and a traitor to America. He needs to be deported as a criminal extortionist seeking control of our political process.
He has FAR more of the character of a dictator than Obama ever had, or McCain or Romney, either.
Since: Sep 08
#3 Jun 23, 2012
They are now going to find out what they signed?
Typical, and not surprising, ain't it?
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