Tag: ‘2012 presidential campaign’

What Is Barack Obama’s Tax Plan?

By :: October 25th, 2012

After all the promises and finger-pointing, the presidential campaign is nearly over. But since the race has shed more heat than light on how each of the candidates would govern, I thought it would be useful to describe exactly what Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have pledged to do on tax policy if elected on […]

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Will Romney Scale Back Rate Cuts If Congress Won’t Curb Tax Breaks?

By :: September 25th, 2012

Yesterday, Kevin Hassett, an American Enterprise Institute economist and informal adviser to Mitt Romney, insisted that Romney would not raise taxes on low- and middle-income households in order to finance his promised 20 percent across-the-board rate cut. Nor would those rate cuts increase the deficit. Instead, Kevin predicted that if Congress did not trim tax […]

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