Congressman Mike Pence explains his opposition to the tax deal that was passed this week. Pence zooms in on the biggest issue with the deal: tax rates are extended by two years and will rise after that unless Congress acts again. Republicans were split on the tax deal. Pence took the position that we could have gotten a better deal either now or when Republicans take control of Congress. The majority of Republicans voted for the bill anyways. Pence and Senator Jim DeMint were two notable exceptions. They should be applauded for sticking to their principles.