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Sam Rohrer on Tax Reform

 


Pledged in 1992 to never raise taxes; never broke pledge

Sam Rohrer is running for the Senate in part because he believes our $15+ Trillion debt is bankrupting America. If that debt does not change now, the consequences will be devastating. The failure of Congress and the President to honestly deal with our staggering debt threatens the economic and military security of this nation. Sam believes that we don't have a revenue problem; we have a spending problem. We don't need higher taxes in order to feed America's spending addiction; we need less spending. If the United States is to remain the world's leader in the 21st Century, we must get our fiscal house in order. Sam doesn't just talk about cutting spending--he has a proven record to back it up. When he first ran for office in 1992, he promised that he would never vote for a tax increase... and he's never broken that pledge.
Source: 2012 Senate campaign website rohrerforsenate.org, "Issues" , Apr 8, 2015

High taxation comes from ignoring the Constitution

Each of the candidates thought the federal debt is the nation's greatest threat. Rohrer said the federal debt merely is a symptom of other problems. Over time, he said, people have been elected to office who ignore the Constitution and use their positions for personal gain. As a result, over-regulation, bailouts, failure to enact an energy plan, and high taxation have followed.
Source: Williamsport Sun-Gazette on 2012 PA Senate debate , Mar 23, 2012

Other candidates on Tax Reform: Sam Rohrer on other issues:
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Tom Corbett
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