Politics & Government

October 4, 2012 6:29 PM

Both candidates’ tax plans would require some sacrifice

President Barack Obama and his rival Mitt Romney spent a good part of their first debate arguing about the effects of their tax plans on the nation’s gaping deficits. It made for good political theater, but neither man was completely honest about the sacrifices that will be asked of the American public.

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