One of the strongest elements of Mitt Romney's spectacular debate performance was his decisive rejoinder to the president's oft-repeated allegation that the Republican plans to raise taxes on middle class families. Obama said Romney has designs on an unpaid-for $5 trillion tax cut that would eventually necessitate higher tax bills for average Americans. Romney flatly rejected the claim by calling it false, then explained what he actually has in mind. But the president returned to the "$5 trillion" well on several subsequent occasions, prompting more rebuttals from his challenger. FactCheck.org and CNN reviewed Obama's accusation, and found it wanting....
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You are an illiterate A*S Aura! Who says Romney would remove the mortgage interest deduction? You are making an argument on an unfounded assumption - which basically shoots your argument to s**t. It is highly unlikely that they would remove the mortgage interest deduction because a) that is the deduction that most benefits the middle class and b) that is the deduction that encourages home ownership -- the very behavior Romney wants to encourage to improve our real estate market. Go back to the Walmart counter you dimwit and try to discuss what is beyond your little mind's comprehension.
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