How do you feel about Romney's tax plan? Good for the economy, or another just giveway to the super-rich?

Economist David Cay Johnston of the Tax Policy Center says that Romney's plan is "the Bush tax plan on steroids." Johnston claims it would actually raise the total tax burden on 125 million Americans, generally the poorest ones. Do you agree with Johnston's critique?

Asked By: Andy F - 3/10/2012
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Yes, here's an article about Mitt Romney's tax plan and how disastrous it'd be for the country. Romney wants to cut taxes by 20% all across the board, which of course would disproportionately benefit the wealthiest Americans, his core constituency. This would translate to a cut of over $250,000 in tax cuts to the top... More
Answered By: Quagmire - 3/10/2012
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well just compare it to what the fool mwe have now can it be as bad as obama??..
Answered By: Jamie - 3/10/2012
Good vibrations, at last a plan.
Answered By: Full Circle 33 - 3/10/2012
It shows how stupid republican voters really are...Romney calls for massive tax cuts for the rich and corporations...a new war with Iran, and balancing the budget...impossible
Answered By: Dave87gn - 3/10/2012
Yes, I do. Bush's plan has done nothing but put money in the wealthy's pockets. Romney's would be worse. Corporate welfare does not create jobs. Didn't during Reagan and hasn't for the past twelve years. Wait, that is not true. Millions of Chinese have profited.
Answered By: Ken - 3/10/2012
@ Andy F, I am not an economist and I am not with the Tax Policy Center. I am a Reuters columnist. I cited some projections by the TPC, which is widely respected for the quality of its work.
Answered By: David Cay - 3/11/2012
Romney's tax plan would lower taxes on Romney and the other 1%-ers, and raise taxes on Walmart greeters, and add to the national debt. ##
Answered By: iris054 - 3/11/2012
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