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Mitt's Tax Cut Mulligan

Rebecca265 Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 1:19 PM
Hey Ludlow, why don't you just keep on criticizing Romney in your column until Obama wins. They you won't have to worry about Romney any more. If you are for Romney then, support him . . . . .
Steve Tanton Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 1:59 PM
Sorry Rebecca, but Kudlow has a point. Mitt should not go into the debates with a wishy-washy view of what needs to be done. The actual quote, "By the way, don't be expecting a huge cut in taxes, because I'm also going to lower deductions and exemptions. But by bringing rates down, we'll be able to let small businesses keep more of their money, so they can hire more people," is devastating to Paul Ryan supporters who believe there MUST be major tax cuts AND spending cuts to get back on track. This is exactly the point of view those of us who supported Newt and Cain felt as Romney falls back into "Wishy-Washy Romney". If he keeps talking like this, he can surely lose. Best to remind him to get back on track before the debates.
H. Terry Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 3:17 PM
Steve:

You're right! There's still enough time to swing the Independents and Undecided's (how amazing) to intelligent votes to save the country from a Marxist gangster government.

It may be a cliff hanger election!

hterryb
For some unknown reason, Mitt Romney dialed back his tax-cut plan yesterday, the same day new reports showed incomes are dropping.

Last month, median household income fell by about $500, and since Obama became president, income is down over $4,500. But under Mitt Romney’s 20 percent tax-cut plan, if he truly believes it and follows through with it, a married couple making $70,000 a year would save over $2,000. And take-home pay for a middle-class married couple earning about $140,000 -- with their tax rate dropping to 20 percent from 25 percent -- would increase by over $7,100. Obama has no...
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