Read the following from Rasmussen, and try to figure out what is left unsaid:
Sixty-two percent (62%) of Americans say it’s always better to cut taxes than increase government spending because taxpayers, not bureaucrats, are the best judges of how to spend their own money.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 20% of adults disagree, and 18% are not sure.
The new findings mark a nine-point increase in support for taxpayers as the best judges of spending since January.
Here’s what I get out of it — even at the height of Obamania, 53% of the country thought it was always better to cut taxes than increase government spending.
No wonder Obama ran on a middle class tax cut.
No wonder he lied.