Mitt Romney isn't even president yet, and he's already suggesting great ways to make our government less like a government and more like a highly-functioning corporation…
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney was asked Tuesday whether he would accept a salary as president, or refuse compensation in the name of deficit reduction…
[H]ere is what Romney told radio host Neal Boortz: "Well I don't have an announcement for you on that today… But I do believe in linking my incentives and my commitment to the accomplishment of specific goals," Romney said. "I wish we had that happen throughout government — where people recognized they are not going to get rewarded in substantial ways unless they are able to achieve the objectives that they were elected to carry out."
Oh, I think that's a great idea! That way, he'd have a genuine financial reason to lower taxes for multi-millionaires and increase the upward movement of our nation's money pool.
Otherwise, how could we be certain he'd go through with it?
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