Romney's Tax Plan Beats Obama's

The juxtaposition between the announcement of tax plans from Mitt Romney and Barack Obama almost assuredly comes as nothing more than an accident of timing.  The President needs to offer some sort of positive economic platform after his budget proposal flopped last week on Capitol Hill and around the country.  Romney needs to give conservatives a reason to rally to his side rather than simply shy away from his competitors in the Republican presidential nomination contest, and to provide a media narrative that distracts from Rick Santorum’s national momentum.  Even so, the two plans show the difference between the two men in economic depth and willingness to innovate.

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