Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Good Tax Plan, Wrong Candidate

Huntsman, who is arguably the most RINO

Huntsman would reduce the marginal corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 25 percent, one point lower than the OECD average. Reuters' Jim Pethokoukis is a believer: "The Hunstman tax plan is -- easily -- the most pro-growth proposal ever offered by a US presidential candidate."

ALL deductions, including charity and mortgage-interest. ALL of 'em.



J. Strupp said...

Why do I get the feeling that when someone runs the numbers on this plan, a certain segment of society gets a great deal and the rest of us get the shaft?

Dad29 said...

I dunno. Why?

That mortgage-interest thing can be very serious money on a $1million home, you know.

Why do I think that when one runs the numbers, no (D) will be happy? Is it because the plan does NOT eat the rich?