Friday, August 24, 2007


Mitt Romney's economic record

Earlier today, the Club for Growth released an economic white paper on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. The fifth in a series of white papers on the pro-growth records of presidential candidates, the report "provides an extensive summary of Mitt Romney’s economic record from his unsuccessful run for the U.S. Senate to his single term as governor of Massachusetts." You can view the report here.

From the Club for Growth's press release:

"'Governor Romney's economic record contains a mixture of pro-growth accomplishments and some troublesome positions that beg to be explained,' said Club for Growth President Pat Toomey. 'While his record on taxes, spending, and entitlement reform is flawed, it is, on balance, encouraging, especially given the liberal Massachusetts Legislature. His record on trade, school choice, regulations and tort reform all indicate a strong respect for the power of market solutions. At the same time, Governor Romney's history is marked by statements at odds with his gubernatorial record and his campaign rhetoric.'"

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