Romney won't raise taxes, instead he will increase fees, most likely through the Dept. of Energy, the EPA, Dept. of Education, Highway Appropriations, Fuel Taxes, and whatever else he can find to hide backdoor taxation.
WASHINGTON -- Mitt Romney's boast that he closed a $3 billion budget
gap as Massachusetts governor without raising taxes is a cornerstone of
his White House campaign, a way to highlight his pitch for lower taxes
and leaner government in a race where federal budget deficits and the
slumping economy are hot issues.
What he rarely mentions is how he did it. The presumptive Republican
nominee and Democratic state lawmakers raised hundreds of millions of
dollars for cash-strapped state coffers by approving new and higher fees
on everything from marriage licenses to real estate transactions to gun
Since we know that both Ryan and Romney are for govt growth and expansion, exactly why are we believing that he is a better choice than Obama? Bush was blamed for the last 3 years for the housing crisis and the financial meltdown in this nation, yet the two GOP proposed candidates want to return us to the exact same
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