Romney, once a critic, hedges on flat-tax plans
from The New York Times
As several leading Republican presidential candidates embrace a flat tax as a core campaign position, one contender stands out in not doing so: Mitt Romney, who has a long record of criticizing such plans and famously derided Steve Forbes's 1996 proposal as a "tax cut for fat cats." Lately, though, his tone has been more positive. "I love a flat tax," he said in August.
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