I wish I weren’t on a roll, but somehow I’m fired up tonight. Nothing drives me more nuts than when people spout what they think are facts, only to show their ignorance and how misinformed they really are. Don’t listen to me- here are the experts, listen to them. And the experts don’t mean you and they don’t mean me, unless you’re a top economist. I’m not.
The Tax Policy Center
Bloomberg View columnist Josh Barro wrote
in a recent column that the six studies that the Romney campaign uses to claim the candidate’s tax plan is mathematically possible “individually and collectively…fail the task
Below is a quote from a REPUBLICAN who supports Romney-
, contributing editor at Newsweek and The Daily Beast, recently wrote: “Romney’s tax cut plan doesn’t work. I’m a Republican, I support Romney, etc. But you can’t cut that much in such a stagnant economy and expect to break even. Even with a deductions cap, it just won’t happen.”
Catherine Rampell, economics reporter at The New York Times, wrote of the the Romney campaign’s tax promises
in a recent blog post: “Not all
of those principles can coexist so long as basic arithmetic survives.”
I could continue, but I won’t. Come to your own conclusion.
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