Hwy, Grover a non-partisan federal agency has released a study that says, ‘ tax cuts for the rich do not result in jobs.’ Let it go, Grover. You can no longer try to justify your blackmail agenda! The Trickle-Down economic theory was always a myth.
THE ED SHOW
“The president was elected on the basis that he’s not Romney and that Romney was a poopy-head and you should vote against Romney,” Norquist said on CBS This Morning Monday.
He continued on to describe negative campaign ads released by the Obama campaign.
“You can trash an individual and get them to vote against him,” Norquist said.
Norquist, who is likely nervous about all the pro-tax talk in Washington right now, said he didn’t believe the president’s re-election provided a mandate to raise taxes on the wealthy — or anyone. Norquist’s organization encourages elected officials to sign a pledge that they will oppose any attempts to increase taxes on individuals or businesses.
President Obama’s campaign stump speech consistently called for “the wealthy to pay a little bit more,” particularly by ending a Bush-era tax cut for those American households making more than $250,000 a year.
Norquist disputed that either President Obama or Republican House Speaker John Boehner were interested in raising taxes.