Congress’ Perfect is the Enemy of the Good

I liked Bohner’s compromise proposal taxing millionaires.

Yes, I know it was unfair and counterproductive, but it had the potential to win the PR battle with the President. Once the Senate refused to consider it, or the president refused to sign it, it might actually sink in to some exactly how hysterical is the Democrat’s position on taxes. It had the air of compromise while drastically limiting the scope of the damage. And it had the potential to weaken the President’s hand.

Instead the you…

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