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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Jeb Bush - The rich pay too much in taxes and if he's elected, he'll do what he can to fix that.

The headline here extrapolates a bit from the sentence online at The Economist:

On the Republican side, Jeb Bush proposed simplifying the tax code by reducing the number of tax brackets, cutting the top rate to 28% from 39.6% and lowering corporate tax from 35% to 20%.

The arrogance of the Bush family is limitless. Hillary at least said the server snafu was a mistake. Her arrogance has a touch of sense to it, if not compromise. Jeb BUSH; well, ask Mr. Schiavo.

UPDATE: After showing a personal view of Mr. Bush others might not share, and always aware objective detail is helpful:

Allowing best informed judgment, this Google, where Crabgrass readers can study Bush tax proposal reporting. On the spending side, will the income stream be lessened under Mr. Bush's proposal, and if so, what matching spending cuts would Mr. Bush propose, and who'd be worse affected by that part of things, distribution of slices of the pie? Reader comments are welcome.

Mr. Trump may have a taxation proposal, yet we must wait to learn it.

Mr. Huckabee and Mr. Santorum may likely want to tax atheists more heavily than believers, an inference one might draw from other pronouncements of the two single digit contestants.

Does Ms. Clinton have a tax plan? None that I have read of. Reader help on that would be appreciated.

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