McCain offers tax policies he once opposed
John McCain, the BIGGEST FLIP FLOPPER we have EVER SEEN as a candidate in recent years, continues to show his TRUE COLORS as one of the spend and steal Republican!
I don’t see how he can claim to be an iota of indenpendent when DAILY he supports more and more of GW’s policies.
He must be senile or can’t read! Hasn’t anyone told him that GW is the most reviled person to occupy the WH? He acts as though George actually knows what he is doing.
Oh that’s right. I forgot for a moment that he has taken on Karl’s strategy! The man would sell his soul to the devil to replace GW.
Check this out!
On May 26, 2001, after then-Sen. Lincoln D. Chafee (R.I.) cast his vote against President Bush’s $1.35 trillion tax cut, he trudged back to his office, convinced, he recalled, that he had been the lone Republican to oppose the largest tax cut in two decades.
But Chafee’s staff told him that one other Republican, who had largely avoided the grueling efforts at compromise, had joined him in dissent. That senator, John McCain, was marching to his own beat, Chafee said, impervious to pressure from either side.
Now that he is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, however, McCain is marching straight down the party line. The economic package he has laid out embraces many of the tax policies he once decried: extending Bush’s tax cuts he voted against, offering investment tax breaks he once believed would have little economic benefit and granting the long-held wishes of tax lobbyists he has often mocked.
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