Liberals are lamenting Obama's withdrawn proposal of a windfall profits tax on oil companies, asking whether it is his first broken promise of his presidency. The answer, as Jen Rubin notes, is of course not; he broke lots and lots of promises before even being elected.
But all is not lost, my liberal friends. Allow me to propose the institution of a windfall profits tax on presidential campaigns.
Why didn't I think of that?
The difference, of course, is that I wanted to provide voters with a tax rebate, whereas Geraghty apparently wants to subsidize puppies.
Puppies sure are nice and cuddly.