Cognitive Dissonance

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Twenty-seven GOP Congressional Candidates Refuse to Sign Anti-Tax Pledge

At least 27 Republican candidates promoted by the National Republican Congressional Committee have refused to sign the anti-tax pledge circulated by Americans for Tax Reform and its President, Grover Norquist, according to the Washington Post.

Well, I guess Grover doesn’t have all the power. So that’s a plus, I suppose.

Props to those who refuse to sign, though. Hopefully this becomes a trend.

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    I honestly don’t know the context of this, but aren’t taxes good? I mean from an economics stand point (the study of...
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  9. zenodotus5 said: I actually worry that this may actually be because they want payroll tax increases. They may be pro taxes in the worst way.
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