Romney’s Lies of the Week are back again…
Steve Benen has 16 of them this week… here are three of them:
- On taxes, Romney argued, “I’m not looking to lower the tax burden paid by the highest-income Americans. That’s a fundamental principle.”
That’s a fundamental falsehood. Romney’s plan slashes taxes on the wealthy.
- On a related note, he added, “I’m looking, if there’s any break at all, the break will go to middle-income Americans that have been most hurt by the Obama economy.”
In reality, it’s the rich, not the middle class, that primarily benefits from Romney’s tax plan.
The Romney campaign has never been able to point to a single credible example of Obama attacking success.
Posted on May 26, 2012, in blogs, campaign, Economics, election, ethics, funny, government, humor, Internet, Lies, News, Opinion, Politics, President Obama, Taxes, Television, vote, Warning, Word from Bill and tagged Barack Obama, Mitt Romney presidential campaign 2008, mittromney, Obama, Romney, Steve Benen, United States, Washington. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.