Is Giuliani the real tax cutter?

Given that both men had to deal with legislatures (or in Rudi’s case a city council) stacked with the opposition party, which candidate proved himself to be an effective tax cutter, Romney or Giuliani? And, who going into the campaign has a better tax plan? Deroy Murdock places the Mayor of America comfortably in the tax-cut crowd.…

NASHUA, N.H. — As political strategists decamped for Michigan and points south, many here wondered how Willard Mitt Romney could lose 2008’s first primary to Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., 32 to 37 percent, respectively, despite Romney’s four years as governor of contiguous Massachusetts and some $15.5 million in reported campaign expenditures. Granite State Republicans, previously keen on Romney, likely soured on his legacy as a tax hiker who increased levies in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

About Karl Marx

Left wing libertarian conservative.