There’s a fight over taxes between Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani. Yesterday, Romney accused Rudy of supporting a commuter tax.

But, as always seems to be the case for Romney, whose operating principle seems to be "what is good for me is not good for thee," Romney raised the commuter tax.

The Giuliani campaign put up all the details. I won’t bore you. Here is the bottom line: as governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney raised taxes on New Hampshire  voters. Why would New Hampshire voters trust him to not raise their taxes when he has already done it before?


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neil · October 5, 2007 at 2:10 PM

“Taxachusetts?” New York City has income taxes nearly as high as Massachusetts State.

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