The Brookings Institution and the Tax Policy Center have issued a report on Mitt’s tax plan.
The plan raises taxes on 95% of us by an average of $500.
But if you make $200,000 or more, then you’ll pay less, a lot less. In fact, the plan would shift about $86 billion in tax burden from those earning over $200,000 to us “little people.”
Why is it evil “redistribution” when it goes from the rich to the rest of us, but economic genius when it goes from the rest of us to the rich, excuse me, the “job creators.” I guess because Frank Luntz says so.