But in McCain's continuing effort to "move to the middle" and appeal to "moderates," he's throwing another conservative principle under the bus. Throughout the primary season, McCain has pledged not to raise taxes. Now, he's hedging. An Associated Press story today quotes the nominee as saying, "I don't want tax increases. But that doesn't mean that anything is off the table."
When politicians tell you that tax increases are not off the table, keep a tight grip on your wallet.
Senator McCain, I don't think that Barry would approve.