Romney Debuts Flatter Tax Plan: Are His Troubles With The Republican Base Over?









Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney debuted a slightly more ambitious tax reform proposal on Wednesday hours before a critical Republican presidential debate. His plan exchanges spending cuts and lower rates which will broaden the tax base in exchange for the elimination of tax shelters and loopholes that allowed high income earners to pay fewer taxes. No doubt, this proposal is stronger than his previous “59 point” plan which his Republican opponents called “timid,” but will this new plan cure Romney’s chronic problems with the Republican base?…Read More

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