Romney says the GOP isn't "the party of the rich" but rather "the party of people who want to get rich." But then why is the GOP's domestic policy agenda all about making the rich richer while pretty much screwing everyone else? Pruning Shears:
July 19, 2012

Romney says the GOP isn't "the party of the rich" but rather "the party of people who want to get rich." But then why is the GOP's domestic policy agenda all about making the rich richer while pretty much screwing everyone else?

Pruning Shears: Quantifying the impact of the Republican agenda.

Vox Verax: Eliminating the estate tax, cementing plutocracy.

Mario Piperni: Ridiculing Rush's latest delusional diatribe (Bane = Bain?!).

Prairie Weather: Ducking prosecution over secret Swiss bank accounts.

Round-up by Michael J.W. Stickings of The Reaction (@mjwstickings). I'll be here all week.

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