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Subject: Re: I'm confused. Date: 10/5/2012 9:05 AM
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Radish: I never said it was revenue neutral. I said Romney denies it would lower revenue by $5 trillion.

I said that a tax rate cut, generally speaking, could possibly be revenue neutral... but in the same sentence said it could also possibly raise or lower revenue.


0bama was back on the stump yesterday claiming that Romney has been going around the country promising a $5 trillion tax cut. That's what 0bama is telling everyone in his speeches. Can anyone, particularly trolls who crap themselves over supposed G0P "lies" (which turn out to be nothing of the sort if you look at, say, reality), pull up the video or audio or transcript of Romney promising $5 trillion tax cuts? Because that is what 0bama claims Romney is saying. Romney denied it to his face, but 0bama is right back on the stump making the charge. So this should be simple enough: provide the video or audio clip. Or don't, and just admit it is a lie. Like Stephanie Cutter did.
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