At least not until he's in the fight of his life to keep his cushy seat in Washington.
This doesn't count the many, many times that Boucher, over the years, has voted to raise our taxes.Boucher Caught in Election Year Flip-FlopIncumbent promises to vote for Bush tax cuts after voting against them 3 times
(Christiansburg, VA) Congressional Candidate and House Majority Leader Morgan Griffith was astonished at Congressman Rick Boucher's sudden flip-flop on the Bush tax cuts.
Congressman Boucher's office told WJHL in Bristol on Monday that he would vote to extend all of the Bush tax cuts.
Congressman Rick Boucher's record on the Bush tax cuts:
· Boucher voted against the Bush tax cut in 2001.
· Boucher voted against the Bush tax cut in 2003.
· Boucher voted to let the Bush tax cuts expire in 2008.
"After voting against the Bush tax cuts in 2001, and then voting against the Bush tax cuts again in 2003, Rick Boucher voted against the tax cuts in 2008," Griffith said. "Now he says he'll vote for the Bush tax cuts. True conversions happen on the road to Damascus, not when you're falling in the polls."
Funny how a little vote to destroy the coal industry has turned his priorities completely around.
Or not so funny.
Received from the Morgan Griffith for Congress campaign.