Washington (CNN) – Add Rep. Mike Pence to the list of possible 2012 GOP presidential hopefuls who are coming out against the tax cut compromise between President Barack Obama and congressional Republican leaders.
Pence may take to the floor of the House Wednesday to spell out his opposition. He is also co-sponsoring amendment to make the Bush-era tax cuts permanent for all Americans.
“At the end of the day, I’ve just come to the conclusion: the American people did not vote for more stimulus,” Pence said Tuesday on conservative Sean Hannity’s radio program. “Therefore, I will not vote for this tax deal when it comes to the floor of the House of Representatives.”
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