The fat-cat narrative attacks on Republicans won't go away by making nice with the White House -- or by relying on Beltway journalists to drop their double standards and vet the president's own bad bank entanglements. Indeed, The New York Times admitted this week that their staff and other political journalists from every major media outlet submit their work...
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The tax code got that way by being written by congress, lobbied by special interests. If Romney takes advantage of the tax code as written, it's not on him; he has good accountants. There is a difference between tax evasion and tax avoidance. Avoidance is legal. Blame the code for this one, absolutely. What's the problem with a flat tax, no loopholes? Remove once and for all the reward for bad behavior that represents the tax code's vulnerability to special interests. It might just allow for a better, less corruptible Congress.
Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod and his hatchet people are still yammering about GOP presidential rival Mitt Romney's overseas investments. It's time for the Romney campaign to educate voters about all the shady financial institutions embraced by Democrats right here on American soil.
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