Posted by | January 6, 2008 20:42 | Filed under: Top Stories

After refusing to endorse President Bush’s tax cuts when he was governor, Mitt Romney has now made them a central part of his presidential campaign, stirring accusations that he is changing his position to appeal to GOP primary voters.

In 2003, Romney stunned a roomful of Bay State congressmen by telling them that he would not publicly support Bush’s tax cuts, which at the time formed the centerpiece of the president’s domestic agenda. He even said he was open to a federal gas tax hike.

But Romney would only go so far criticizing them, saying:

(I) “won’t be a cheerleader” (for this proposal) “But I have to keep a solid relationship with the White House.”

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