So, who thinks that politicians who sign a "no new taxes pledge" and then go on to say that the U.S. debt is sound and sacrosanct aren't, at best, double-speakers, and, at worse, guilty of sedition?
After all, the "FULL faith and credit" of the U.S. includes the ability to tax (and even tax harshly, say) to make sure that obligations are met.
To deliberately sign a pledge that runs so obviously and "commonsensically" counter to the U.S. Constitution is perhaps ... sedition.
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Posted by Amicus at 8:46 PM