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Park Carl Moore on that later arguably the most divisive issue in the last presidential debate was the Romney tax plan.
Tonight chief national correspondent Jim Angle has a reality check.
The debate over the Romney 120%.
Across the board tax -- is just stay sharp on the campaign trail as it was in the vice presidential debate not mathematically -- it is mathematically possible.
It's been done before it's -- question we're proposing it has never been done before it's been done a couple of times I -- similar efforts have been tried before surges to Bowles Simpson commission.
But a group call the Tax Policy Center argued Romney could not implement his plan without raising taxes on the middle class.
An accusation President Clinton is selling cars -- that.
Will be to give people -- jobs over three million dollars but 250000 dollar tax cut its -- tax -- -- middle -- people from 2000 dollars.
One scholar from the tax policies in -- however says that accusation was only true with some assumptions about which induction Romney would not touch what he would not say is that there's no way.
The -- plan -- work you just have to relax one of the criteria that's why the group later clarified that there was no reason Romney would have to raise taxes on the middle class.
Other studies point to the one -- one trillion in total tax deduction to every year and say Romney could trim them by -- any any number of ways.
Romney is also suggested he just -- total deductions.
Had 25 to 50000 for household.
If you put the cap that had something like 50000 dollars.
You are easily going to exempt people making a hundred to 200000 dollars from any change their taxes.
In the absence of one analyst says -- administration is also vague about some of its own tax plans.
It's exactly the same strategy the administration -- and they say.
We wanna get the corporate to 20% but we don't -- have the details out there because it was just mobilized the it's the -- -- the opposition identifying specific.
Tax preferences to get rid of brings out the lobbyists brings -- the interest groups who support those preferences.
And makes it harder to strike a deal with congress nevertheless the accusations keep coming Romney though has pledged that whatever adjustments he might make.
He absolutely will not raise taxes on the middle class.
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