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Subject: Re: I'm confused. Date: 10/6/2012 11:14 PM
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Washington Post says there's $1 trillion yearly in total tax breaks.

Look, you've quoted one extremely liberal source to support your position and another that's normally pretty neutral except it has an axe to grind in regards to Romney's tax plan.

Why do you insist on using other sources to try to read Romney's mind? Why not check out Romney's plan at Romney's web page.


Uhm, I produced a number, a number that works in Romney's favor, for sake of discussion. My point wasn't about the source or the number, but rather the concept. Sorry if that wasn't clear. And on Romney's website, neither his 9-page tax policy nor 87-page full policies get into these numbers numbers we're discussing.


You are looking only at the negatives of Mitt's plan, you have not bothered to look at the negatives of Obama's.

I don't understand how you can make that statement. I can admits positives for what Romney says about his plans, and can admit a lot of negatives about Obama. Don't make assumption about thoughts I haven't typed into these message boards.
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