Thursday, April 15, 2004
Bank Shot

Yesterday, commenting on an SJC ruling that a 2002 capital gains tax hike was unconstitutional, Romney's $150,000-a-year loathsome spokesman said Willard Mitt "thinks it is unAmerican to tax people retroactively." (source: Boston Globe, 4/15/2004)

Too bad the Fraud Governor wasn't thinking so 'jingoisticly' in 2003 when he signed legislation removing the ability of banking institutions to receive tax deductions for dividends received through their real estate investment trust subsidiaries, and enforcing the change retroactively from 1999 through 2002. (source: Boston Herald, 3/6/2003)

Romney, we presume, would explain away his retro-flip by saying that 'banks are not people,' ignoring the fact that bank shareholders are, in fact people.

We prefer a simpler explanation: Romney is a Fraud.


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