42 Republicans Who Called Mitt Romney A Tax Raiser

In light of the Supreme Court’s 5–4 ruling today upholding the Affordable Care Act as constitutional under Congress’ power of taxation, Congressional Republicans moved quickly to spin this loss as a “massive tax increase.”

But if these Republicans believe that individual mandates constitutes a tax increase, they must therefore believe that Mitt Romney raised taxes in Massachusetts when he signed RomneyCare into law. Here are just some of the scores of House and Senate Republicans who apparently believe Romney is a tax raiser:

Politico also reports that former Sen. Norm Coleman (R-MN) of American Action Network, a Romney adviser; Americans for Prosperity President Tim Phillips; and Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist joined the parade calling ObamaCare a tax increase.



Here’s Mitt Romney, in 2006, explaining that the state would use tax penalties to ensure everyone has health insurance. Watch the video: