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Friday, January 25, 2008

Here's an interesting find. . .

. . .from 1996 that I found while perusing The Hotline. It seems that Mitt Romney was so vehemently opposed to Steve Forbes's flat tax proposal that he took out ads in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Iowa to label it a "TAX CUT for FAT CATS".

Also worth noting is the fact that, at the time, Romney seemed to be fully in favor of campaign finance reform as the "real work" to be done by the president to be elected that November.

You have to wonder just how many more of these flip-flops the establishment conservative media backbone can take.

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