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Romney's Middle-class Problem

RandomTraveler Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 3:11 AM
Jacob Sullum does not belong here in Townhall. He needs to go talk to the Ron Paul people. We don't need his divisive comments when the foundation of the country is at stake. We need to defeat Obama and dividing the vote is not the way to do it. Go back to your Libertarian rag Jacob and stay out of Townhall. You don't belong here!!!!!!
Emilie3 Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 2:42 PM
Divisive comments? Everyone is entitled to their opinions, and trying to squelch that is not what this couuntry is about. Townhalls are for people to express themselves and not go along like sheep.
Wolfgang6 Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 11:23 AM
Awww...are the poor Wepublicans having a temper tantum because all of the Romney/Ryan vagueries and flim flam are being exposed and called to the carpet. Poor babies. That's why Ogbama wins on November 6th - there are enough intelligent people to see through the snake oil Mitt and his boy wonder colleague are peddling.
During last week's presidential debate, Mitt Romney repeatedly promised to "lower taxes on middle-income families" without reducing "the share paid by high-income individuals." But this combination will prove difficult, if not impossible, for the Republican candidate to deliver given the other elements of his tax reform plan -- especially his illogical definition of "middle-income families."

Romney's basic idea, which in broad outline has bipartisan support, is to "lower tax rates" and "broaden the base" by reducing deductions, credits and exemptions. He proposes cutting individual income tax rates by 20 percent, so that the top rate would be 28 percent rather than...