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Subject: Re: GIngrich: Flip flopped on taxes Date: 10/7/2012 2:10 PM
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>"Did Romney ever say he would cut taxes for job creators?"

>>What does 20% cuts across the board mean?


It means to make the Bush tax cuts permanent.

http://www.mittromney.com/sites/default/files/shared/TaxPoli...

While the entire tax code is in dire need of a fundamental overhaul, Mitt Romney believes in holding the line against increases in marginal tax rates. The goals that President Bush pursued in bringing rates down to their current level— to spur economic growth, encourage savings and investment, and help struggling Americans make ends meet—are just as important today as they were a decade ago. Letting them lapse, as President Obama promises to do in 2012, is a step in precisely the wrong direction. If anything, the lower rates established by President Bush should be regarded as a directional marker on the road to more fundamental reform.
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