Another hot tip for you; remember the story you covered back in February when he flip-flopped on new taxes? He's done it again.
Mr. McCain likes to tell voters that he's the presidential candidate who wants to cut taxes.
"Senator Obama will raise your taxes. I won't," he often declares. Or: "If you want to raise taxes, then don't vote for me."
Except there is one tax Mr. McCain might be prepared to raise. When asked in an interview Sunday whether he was prepared to raise payroll taxes to correct social security's funding shortfall, he replied:"There is nothing that's off the table. I have my positions, and I'll articulate them. But nothing's off the table. I don't want tax increases. But that doesn't mean that anything is off the table."The Club for Growth, a conservative advocacy group, found the response "shocking."Your comments yesterday send American taxpayers and businesses a mixed message about where you stand on this issue," the group's president, Pat Toomey, wrote Monday in an open letter to the senator.So what is his actual position on Tax increases, if he has one?