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OH-15: Kilroy, Former Socialist Party Organizer, Opposed to VAT Tax?

April 23, 2010 at 11:33 am Matt Leave a comment Go to comments

So after voting for trillions of dollars in increased spending, voting for unconstitutional insurance mandates, and voting for cap and trade, Mary Jo Kilroy would like you to know she draws the line at a national sales tax:

Rep. Mary Jo Kilroy is opposed to the idea of a new national tax on the value of products, her campaign manager said today.

Kilroy, a Columbus Democrat, would not support a value-added tax, campaign manager Josh Levin said today. Few other Ohio politicians support the idea, but some have suggested that it’s at least worth a look to deal with the national deficit.

“She’s more interested in finding ways to cut taxes and get money back into the hands of the people who need it,” Levin said.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has said the value-added tax is worth serious consideration.

If voters are to believe her, this would be just about the first time Kiloy has voted against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi… EVER.

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  • John Adams
    John Adams, Conservative Republican for the United States House of Representatives
    District 15 of Ohio. Opposes liberal Republican, Steve Stivers in May 4th Primary.
  • lauracassady
    This would put her to the right of George Voinovich.
  • HA! I was waiting for that comment.
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